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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by docmd2010, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. docmd2010

    docmd2010 Senior Member
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    i'm thinkin of submitting my supp app to kcumb. firstly should i be okay timewise? also what are the pros/cons abt this school? thanks
     
  2. ryan483

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    Hey...I think you are fine submitting your material now. In fact, many of the actual med students I met at my interviews had interviewed and received letters of acceptance in March/April.

    I interviewed and got accepted to KCUMB. The school is def. one of the top notch DO schools in the Midwest. They have an outstanding systems based curriculum, a tight knit community of students, and an excellent reputation (they are one of the top five oldest DO schools in the country I think.)
     
  3. USArmyDoc

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    The school is awesome. I interviewed in September and was accepted as well. For a bunch of reasons, I just released my seat today and will not be attending. Nonetheless, I was VERY impressed by the school. Slightly less than DMU though.
     
  4. docmd2010

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    b to the izzzzzzzzzzzzzz umpppppp
     
  5. shminger

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    I would agree w/ USArmydoc. I was very impressed with KCUMB, but DMU was a better fit for me, although it was a tough decision.
     

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