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Discussion in 'Internal Medicine and IM Subspecialties' started by Cards Guy, Oct 23, 2002.

  1. Cards Guy

    Cards Guy Junior Member
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    Any more interviews anyone? I am getting frustrated waiting for the deans letter to come out. Can someone please tell me what top tier programs have sent interviews without the deans letter? I have gotten interviews from all the not so competitive programs.
     
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  3. mugsy

    mugsy New Member

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    Cards Guy,

    Not sure if you consider these programs top tier, but I know that Cornell & Northwestern are giving out interviews. I heard that last year the big guns do wait until dean's letters are out and sometimes notify in late November.
     
  4. niwaaaa

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    So far Heard back from:
    Mayo
    Wash U
    CCF
    Michigan
    Northwestern
    Duke
    Waiting on a couple of California ones
     
  5. SDMD2B

    SDMD2B Junior Member
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    Cardsguy,
    I'm also not sure if these are 'top tier' in Medicine, and I'm applying only in Med-Peds, so that may throw the whole schedule off, but I've heard back from: Yale-Bridgeport (not New Haven yet), Duke, UNC-chapel hill, Providence (Brown), U Maryland, U Connecticuit, USC, UCSD. I have a feeling the 'big guns' are holding out; I'm still waiting to hear from Yale-New Haven & Harvard (which is both MGH and BWH for Med-Peds).
     
  6. scaredapplicant

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    so what schools are considered "top tier" programs?
    i am waiting on brigham and women, u of chicago, ucsf, ucsd, johns hopkins, ucla...
     

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