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Entering Course Work for AMCAS

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Mossjoh, May 3, 2001.

  1. Mossjoh

    Mossjoh Mayo Clinic-PGY2
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    Hey, has anyone else seen that everytime you enter 1 course for AMCAS it needs to reload and you need to hit add again. With the current speed of the applcation, entering my 101 credits and my planned classes for next year will take me an eternity.
     
  2. 12R34Y

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    I'm planning on about 6-8 months to get my grades input into AMCAS online. That sounds reasonable right?

    .......that was sarcasm

    later
     
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  3. EMDrMoe

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    maybe we should consider applying to the entering class of '03, lol :D
     
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    I dont agree with their programming approach.

    They are trying to add all these bells and whistles to the javascript and DHTML, but what they forgot is that this GREATLY multiplies the bandwidth requirements of their platforms/webservers. Obviously they don't have the capability required to succesfully process these thousands of requests, especially when each user has to send requests so often to the webserver.

    I get the impression that they were asking too much of "Can we do this" instead of "Should we do this"
     
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