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Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by LINYDO, Jun 23, 2002.

  1. LINYDO

    LINYDO Junior Member
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    Hi,
    I've been accepted to the class of 2006. I haven't heard anything lately from the school, or seen any postings on this web board...If anyone has any info, let me know!! <img border="0" alt="[Clappy]" title="" src="graemlins/clappy.gif" />
     
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    Congratulations on your acceptance!! Do you have a place to live yet?
     
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    Hi LINYDO,
    I am in the class of 2005 along with LisaP. What kind of info do you want? Have you already gotten all your financial aid information? Do you have an apartment yet?

    I can't believe we technically only have about 1 more month of vacation. I don't want to go back to school... <img border="0" alt="[Pissy]" title="" src="graemlins/pissy.gif" />
     
  5. LINYDO

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    Hi,
    I am not sure what to expect. I haven't received any information as to when our orientation is or when the actual first day of class is. How long is orientation?

    You guys will be starting your second year I gather...How was the first year? What were some of the harder classes? Did you like it? Is medical school actually like whatI've heard? In class all day and studying for 8 hours every night? so many questions.....
     
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    Does anyone know of any housing that is close and available in the Erie area? It would also be nice if it were near other students
     
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    LINYDO,
    To answer some of your questions...

    If I remember correctly, I think we had orientation last year from Saturday to Tuesday, and we started classes on Wednesday. (LisaP can correct me if I'm wrong :) ) I'm not sure when classes start this year, I think it's somewhere around August 1. I have no idea, though.

    And yes, I am finally an MS-II! The first year was long, but it wasn't as bad for me as I thought it would be. It really depends on who you talk to though. Some people in my class really did pull the staying awake until 2 or 3 am to study and then getting up for class. I hardly ever went to bed past midnight and still did okay. You do need to study, but not "all night." I studied maybe 2-3 hours after class. And I gave myself one or two days off from studying during the week. You need to give yourself some free time, or you will go insane.

    As for classes, gross anatomy was the thorn in my side for the first semester. Although I ended up doing okay in it, I couldn't stand it. I think you have to really have a mind for anatomy to enjoy it. And in our second semester, I didn't like dermatology (I'm just not interested in it) and the neurosensory system is hard as hell! I think that's been my hardest class so far. We'll see next year though... <img border="0" title="" alt="[Eek!]" src="eek.gif" />

    And for housing, a lot of people in my class live in the Grenada apartments, Erie Heights, and Lake View apartments. You may want to look into one of those if you want to be near some of your classmates.

    Hope I was helpful! Good luck and enjoy the rest of your summer! :D
     
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    HAS ANYONE HEARD THE STATUS OF THE ALTERNATE LIST? HAS IT MOVED YET? I AM ON THE LIST AND AM ANXIOUS TO HEAR. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS OR KNOW OF ANYTHING THAT MAY HELP MY CHANCES OF GETTING A SPOT?
     
  9. I was on the alternate list last year. I will be a MSII this year. What I did was to keep calling, send numerous letters of intent even if it seems you are being bothersome. The one thing I did, which many people were appalled at, was to send them your deposit fee of $500. I think that was what it was. I sent this with a letter stating that this was not a bribe but my deposit fee in advance to show my eagerness to get in. About 2 weeks later, I got in. Something to think about.
     
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    Classes start August 5 for everyone. The orientation for MS-I's is the weekend before. The presentations for clubs is 12:30 - 1:30 on August 4th.

    This year all the anatomy is taught before anything else. 12 weeks of concentration on one subject. The scores should be better. I was talking to Sara in the bookstore today. They are using all new books for the basic sciences. Even the dissector that Dr. Buck wrote isn't what's being used for lab. I think Sara said it was a Moore book that they would be using (just trying this year)

    One of our classmates has a duplex and is looking for a tenant. It is a 3 bedroom for only $485 I think. Lake View and Scenery Hills are popular 2 bedroom townhouses that are pricey ($665)but not with a roommate. Granada has lots of apartments. They are reasonable. There are some new third years who have recently given up their apartments. They are in the 400 - 500 range.
    I am in the Erie area and would gladly take anyone apartment hunting. :)
     
  11. LINYDO

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    Thank you all for your advice! There is so much to do before medical school starts. I have to make another trip up there to find an apartment.
    Do you guys recommend reading any books in preparation over the next few weeks?

    Thanks again
     
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    NO!!! Enjoy your vacation! Don't read anything! You'll have enough to do once school starts, so take advantage of your free time.
     
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    Hi all,
    I will be a first year at LECOM this fall also! I am quite excited about the move from Chicago and a bit apprehensive as well. LINYDO, Orientation starts on the 31st of July. The financial aid packets will be sent out sometime next week. I look forward to meeting all of you. Oh one more thing Royal Villa apartments are really nice. They are about a mile and a half from campus and are super clean
    Michaela <img border="0" alt="[Clappy]" title="" src="graemlins/clappy.gif" />
     
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    Thanks for the info...I will take a look at them when I get up to Erie
     
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    Hey LINYDO,
    One more thing, the number for Royal Villa is not in the apartment guide that they gave us. But I will give it to you. 814-838-8661. This was one of the only affordable places that have a view of the lake! It was a highlight for me anyways. A one bedroom is 400 and a 2br is 450. I hope this helps. :D
     
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    The only book that I read before medical school was "The D.O.'s Osteopathic Medicine in America" by Norman Gevitz.

    Dr. Evans in OMM will lecture on the history of Osteopathic Medicine. This book gave me a better understanding. It is a fast read.
     
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    Does anyone happen to know the address of Royal Villa? Thanks
     
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    Where are the Royal Villa apartments? I've been living here for a year, and I have no idea where they are.
     
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    The Royal Villas are at 2660 West 38th Street. I wish that I can give better directions from the school, but I am new to the area. I am sure if you click the address into Yahoo it pops it, also the number is posted in an earlier message and the management is very friendly! I would love to have some LECOM people in the building. I think that there is only me and one other so far.
    I have a question though.......
    Has anyone heard anything about the Problem Based Learning? The good, bad, ugly? I am in that program am not sure what I have gotten myself into?
    Thanks <img border="0" title="" alt="[Eek!]" src="eek.gif" />
    Michaela
     
  20. LINYDO

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    Hi again!
    Just wanted to know if there was anyone from the class of 2006 living in NY (Long Island) that wanted to get together before we begin in August...
     
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    I feel like such an idiot! I just realized that the apartment buildings that are right next to mine are the Royal Villa apartments! God, I am so stupid...Hope my brain picks up by the time I start back to school in August! So Michaela, it looks like we will be neighbors (kind of). I live in Willow Wood Village, the apartment complex that is right next door. I can't believe how dumb I am :rolleyes: considering I drive past there every single morning.... I guess I just never thought about what that apartment complex was called.

    About the PBLs, I can't comment on how their work is compared to ours (I'm an LDP), but all I know is that it seemed like they were never in class! I can't really comment on them though...
     
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    I have been looking at the other Osteo school web sites and was wondering if there was as much of a family feeling at LECOM as there seems to be with the other schools? Do you find this to be the case here, in general what was your experience at LECOM as MSI ? Just Curious...
    Michaela
     
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    DrMickey79,
    As it is now 3:10 AM and I cannot for the life of me fall asleep, I will give you my opinions of LECOM. I think that there truly is a "family" sort of atmosphere there. Everyone in my class is friendly (even though there are some exceptions), and for the most part everyone tries their hardest to help each other out by answering objectives and sending them out to everyone or making power point study guides or anything else you can think of. Of course, by the end of the semester I think we all were starting to get on each other's nerves, but that is natural when you spend 8 hours a day for 10 months with the same people.
    That's all for now. I'm going to try and go to bed now. (Damn insomnia... <img border="0" alt="[Pissy]" title="" src="graemlins/pissy.gif" /> )
     
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    Hi again,
    I had a question about the required laptops... Are they used everyday in class? I heard that you have to hook up your computer each morning and sign in to the lecture.
    Do you MSIIs recommend any particular brand? how about any programs to make life easier?
    Some schools are starting to incorporate palm pilots into their curriculum. Have you seen or heard of that at LECOM?
    Thanks :p
     
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    In all honesty, you don't even need a laptop. A lot of my classmates brought theirs in on the day of orientation when they gave us a mini-computer lesson, and never brought them back again for ten months. So you do not have to bring it to sign onto the network every day. I personally take my computer every day because I send a lot of my email and do a lot of other stuff on the internet at school because the school connection is way faster than my AOL connection at home. But you by no means have to bring your computer every day if you don't want to. They are useful though, because you can download the professor's lectures if they don't go on the server until that morning and you don't have a hard copy, so you can follow along and still have some idea what the professor is talking about.
     
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    One more thing - DON'T BUY A COMPAQ! That's what my computer is, and it has given me a lot of problems (although it has been behaving lately).
     
  27. LINYDO

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    I had a question about the 3rd and 4th years at Lecom...I understand that the core rotations must be completed at Lecom affiliated hospitals. Do the none-core rotations have to be at the same hospitals, or can they be completed elsewhere???
    Lecom does not offer many choices in the Long Island area and was wondering what my options were....
    Thanks
     
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    Hey LINYDO,

    I live in Brooklyn and I would like to meet up and hangout before school starts. If you like, send me an Email at [email protected] and will get in touch.
     
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    I aslo had a question about the grading system at Lecom....How does it work? Do you get an actual grade or is it just pass/fail? Is the environment highly competitive? Do many people fail out?
     
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    hi linydo, i have been accepted to lecom and am on MSUcom's wait list. I am from MI, so if MSU class, ill pass my spot at LECOM. About your questions: I asked the same questions to LECOM students and was given the following answers: LECOM is not competitive, in fact, LECOM stresss group study from day 1. No body knoes each other's grades because they are not posted. ONLY you will know your grade and the computer with your records for residency applications. About non core hospitals. On your third and fourth year, you are allowed "elective" rotations or "blocks". These may be at any hospital in the country. Each school does this so med students can "test the water" and view other hospitals. I think I came up with around 9 or 10 months for 3rd years to complete rotations at LECOM affiliated hospitals. the rest can be anywhere, all you have to do is call that hospital and fill an application. I had this worry also because I didnt want to be in PA all of years 3 and 4, but i wouldnt have to after doing the reading. LECOM also offers a program for its med students with their affiliated hospitals for residency. It is a consortium of hospitals that look favorably to LECOM students. Most schools have this. Ok, hope i answered your questions. Again, I am not a medical student yet, but i was told the answers to your questions. Have a good day.
    Anthony
     
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    maxim,
    Your post is very accurate. Our grades are not posted, they give us a printout of our grades when we leave class on the day they have our grades printed out. So no one knows your grades unless you choose to share them with someone. As for grading, it's an A-B-C-F scale, with anything below 70 being an F.
    What you said about rotations is also true. Although you will also be able to go to other states even with LECOM's affiliated hospitals. LECOM has affiliated hospitals in Ohio, New York, Michigan, Florida, and Pennsylvania. (And I think a few more states, but I can't remember off the top of my head.) Although it ends up being somewhat the luck of the draw, there is a chance for you to go to other states besides PA.
     
  32. LINYDO

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    Thanks for all of the great advice so far...I am sure that many in the class of 2006 will benefit form this information.....
    A few more questions for those who do not mind answering them....
    How is the weather in Erie. I've only been there once and the weather was quite pleasant, but was told that that was not the norm. The person that I spoke with said that the winter was a time for deep snow and dreary weather... He aslo said that though it was possible to get bye with a car in the winter, an SUV was a must for travelling during some of the storms....
    Does Lecom close down wheb the weather is severe??
     
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    Ah, Erie's weather...

    In one word, it sucks! No, I guess it's not really that bad. It snows a lot in the winter (although according to all the weathermen Erie had a mild winter this year). I don't think it is necessary to have an SUV in the winter here. They do a pretty good job of cleaning the roads, and I made it this past winter in my Dodge Stratus just fine. Your biggest problem with snow will probably be in your apartment complex - mine is absolutely horrible in cleaning off the roads. It is also really dreary in the winter, so whoever told you that is correct. LECOM never cancelled this year (the most we had when school was in session was 8 inches - although they had 2.5 feet here over our Christmas vacation). Last year, I think they cancelled one day when the amount of snow hit 2 feet. That's about what it takes to get LECOM to cancel school.
    But on the bright side, it is beautiful here in the summer! It hardly ever rains and it is really warm. It snows a lot in the winter and rains a lot in the spring but in the summer it is really nice.
     
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    Hi to you all: I am a non-traditional older pre-med who is looking into LECOM's postbacc program and the school in general. I want to get to know more about LECOM's DO program and city of Erie. Reading your posts have helped, thanks. I still like to get your insights into the school strengths and weaknesses, research activities and accomplishments, best and not-so-best professor, best departments and classes etc...And the town of Erie, what are some of the best things about Erie other than great summer weather there. Thanks so much.
     
  35. LINYDO

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    Wow!..Great questions..I was thinking the same things.... <img border="0" alt="[Clappy]" title="" src="graemlins/clappy.gif" />
     
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    Hi everyone,

    I'll be attending LECOM in just a few short weeks as well. I've put down a deposit at Granada apartments this past week without even seeing it. I'm not able to make it out there until mid-July, but everything seemed right about it, so I went ahead with it. Any word on the place?

    I'm excited to get to meet some of my classmates. As you can tell by my name, I'm from NJ. I just finished up my masters, and am anxious to start med school. The news about changing the curriculum to 3 months of anatomy is a little disheartening, but I guess we'll live through it.

    I still have so much to get ready before moving out to Erie. Sometime this week I'll have to purchase a laptop. It's been a busy summer for me, so there's a lot to catch up on.

    I hope to get to hear from more LECOMers soon. Take care.

    Matt
     
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    NJDO,
    So, I guess that it is true that we are going to be taking Gross for the first three months...Will there be any other classes, or just a full day with the cadavers??? Where did you find out about the curriculum change?
    I too am anxious to start...I still haven't found a place to live..I have to make it back to Erie soon...
     
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    LINYDO,

    I heard about the curriculum change from these forums, although, I'd like to know how that will work. I have to place a call to LECOM sometime this week, so hopefully I can ask them then and let everyone know.

    As for housing, I know Granada was getting booked up for one-bedrooms apartments. Last week there were 4 left for openings in late July, and I took one of them. I chose Granada because it was one of the cheapest places to live which had everything that I needed. I'm sure there will be other housing open.

    Good luck in the search.

    njdo
     
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    Hey guys, I'm a MSII at LECOM. I really think you guys will enjoy the way anatomy is going to be taught. I believe you will only have embryo and OMM taught along with anatomy so you'll have time to find correlation between embryo and anatomy without worrying about how to balance physiology, histology, biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, pathology and whatever else we had to take. This way I think you guys will fully comprehend anatomy and the passing rate should be higher.
     
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    Wow..great new look!
     
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    Are there any other Class of 2006 Lecom students out there?? Are any of you in the Erie area yet?

    Does anyone know where a calander of events for the upcoming school year can be obtained?
     
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    LINYDO,
    I'm 2006'er and I'm here in Erie. I've only just registered. I may be able to answer some of your questions. I was also in the post-bacc last year.
     
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    Non-Trad,
    The members of the forum have answered alot so far...But I do have a few more questions...

    How do you like living in the Erie area? Is your opinion of the climate the same as those posted? Does the city live up to the nickname 'dreary Erie'?

    What have you heard about the first year curriculum? I hear that it is pretty intense, (simillar to every medical school) but this year there is an all anatomy start to the year...what do yo think about this?
    Any other insight that you would like to share would be most helpful:clap:
     
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    LINYDO,
    Erie isn't too bad especially the last month or so but the winters are kind of long. I can pobably count he sunny days between mid-October to May on one hand but Erie is a college town so there is some stuff to do when not studying.
    I've heard the same about anatomy but we were told in post-bacc not to worry about COMLEX because we would be getting plenty of anatomy review in the systems second year. I think we'll be O.K.
    The professors are very good. I had only one in undergrad that could even come close to what I experienced here last year.
    I've been told by friends at other schools that medical school is like taking a drink of water from a fire hose , it's not the quality that kills you it's the quantity.
     
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    BUMP...

    For all my future fellow LECOM'ers... :D
     
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    Does anyone have any advice on a laptop for Lecom? I have the requiremnts that they sent out...Is there a particular brand that is better than the rest?

    +pissed+ (not really, but it is fitting)
     
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    Just do NOT buy a Compaq - that's the kind I have and it has given me nothing but problems. A lot of people in my class have Dells and they seem happy with theirs.
     
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    I was just in the Erie area and found a nice two bedroom apartment. Since I have an extra bedroom, I decided to try to rent it out. If anyone is interested, the apartment is 2 floors and a basement, with a backyard, full kitchen, living room and plenty of parking. The rent is $350 plus 1/2 of utilities. It is in a great location right on Peach street, approx. 2 minutes from LECOM>

    Please send me a message if you are interested:clap:
     
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    Does anyone know where one could obtain a calendar of upcoming events at LECOM??Most specifically one with school breaks?
     
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    Found this thread and thought I would bump it - how are things going for you guys so far?
     
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    Hey there,

    Things here aren't too bad. Like I said in my other post, anatomy is a bit rushed and not having the notes is frustrating. Our scribe service has been copying your class's notes and the post-bac notes which helps. I am just anticipating the end of anatomy and moving onto subjects I like more (biochem, immuno, pharm). Still, we DO have it easier than you guys and gals did last year.

    I have a question for you...do second years have a test pack as well? I've found the old tests very helpful, and haven't heard of any mention of an MSII test pack. If not, I'd be interested in getting that started.

    Off to study embyro and histo...
    Thanks.

    NJDO
     

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