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Hey AJR, i've a question...

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by jswed, Aug 19, 2001.

  1. jswed

    jswed Junior Member

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    If you apply to USC for the combined MD-PhD program and are not selected for it, do they then also consider you for only the MD program?
     
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  3. kutastha

    kutastha 2K Member
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    I'm pretty sure they do. A friend of mine applied for MD/PhD, didn't get in, but was accepted for straight MD. I'll double check tomorrow.

    Andrew
     
  4. i think for most md/phd programs...ur supposed to apply to BOTH

    that means, apply to the md/phd and also for the md....if u dont get the md/phd...u can STILL Get the md :D

    that is what i think, but not sure
     
  5. jswed

    jswed Junior Member

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    Thanks for looking into that AJR! Since you have mentioned that you work right there, I thought you might be a good person to ask. I've called them a few times last week and I don't want to annoy them too much.

    Watchamacallit:
    When you say that one should apply to both MD-PhD and MD at the same time... is it that one can apply to both on the AMCAS application or does one have to do it on the secondary? I haven't seen anything on the AMCAS, but then again - I had so many problems with just filling it out online that I might have missed it.
     

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