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info on columbia and penn residency placement

shabu2

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    anybody has info on these?

    on columbia webiste, the info is only up to 2005
    anyone has info for 2006 and 2007?

    i couldn't find any on penn residency placement

    74 in my class (2007).

    6/9 ortho
    9/9 OMFS
    2/2 Endo
    1/1 Perio
    1/1 Prostho
    6/8 Peds

    6 military service
    the rest are going to GPR/AEGD or private practice
     

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      74 in my class (2007).

      6/9 ortho
      9/9 OMFS
      2/2 Endo
      1/1 Perio
      1/1 Prostho
      6/8 Peds

      6 military service
      the rest are going to GPR/AEGD or private practice

      i've always found it interesting when ppl. list a # over another #. how is everyone so sure how many ppl. applied to a particular specialty (the denominator)?
       
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      brycethefatty

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        Here's how many got in from UOP this year per program. . . I have no clue how many students total applied (just to give you an idea). I'm posting this because I wish this was posted before I applied:

        (by the way, we have 139 students in our program)

        Ortho = 9
        OMFS = 2
        Pedo = 7
        Endo = 4
        Perio = 2
        Prosth = 1
        GPR/AEGD = 24

        Enjoy
         

        shabu2

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          i've always found it interesting when ppl. list a # over another #. how is everyone so sure how many ppl. applied to a particular specialty (the denominator)?

          We are given numbers by the student affairs dean since he is the one writing the letters to the post-grad programs. Also on match day, ALL applicants to the particular program (ortho,oms,peds,etc) for the past couple of years is also given to the institution. So even if you applied to the program after graduation, you are on the radar.
           
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