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Go to NYCOM, live in the City?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by walrus, Aug 28, 2002.

  1. walrus

    walrus Member
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    For any NYCOM people out there: how possible is it to attend NYCOM, but live in NYC? Do a lot of people do it, or it too much of a hassle?

    Is it easier to live in the city during the clinical years?

    thanks a bunch
     
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  3. Yosh

    Yosh Livin' in the WINDY CITY
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    I grew up on Long Island...and knowing how the traffic is..and wouldn't dream of communting from the city to NYCOM...it would be hell.
    During the clinical years...you would probably stand a much better chance on finding rotations that would be more in line with living in Manhattan.
     
  4. DOnut

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    I know several people who commute from brooklyn and queens, but not from the city. Traffic out of Manhattan would probably be too crazy. Then again, I do know someone who commutes everyday from uptown, and 1 person from Jersey.
     

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