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any current students can speak about there experience at nsu kpcom?

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Starting M2 in Davie. Here's a short summary of my M1 experience - touched base with many classmates prior to joining, first meeting w most of the class at a bar prior to first day of classes was great and we all seemed to bond very quickly, made a bunch of friends and first two months was studies, bars and beaches, exams every week or other week - partied after exams, some profs were horrible and a few were good, sometimes multiple profs taught one class, very soon most of us simply stopped going to class and listened to recorded lectures or live, massively increased study time to keep up with grades (basically had to relearn active studying techniques that worked for me) and didn't party as much, still we had medprom and other parties like Bachelorrete watching parties after exams often going to Miami, powered through and completed M1. Ft Lauderdale area is a fun place........but in all honesty......you spend most of your waking hours studying and the few remaining hours doing grocery shopping, laundry etc. Fellow students are great and most break up into their own cliques soon, profs are not altogether helpful and you're expected to power through on your own, grades are sometimes curved, clinic shadowing/taking history is done in M1 which is fun, some active practical classes like intubating, etc etc are really fun. You eventually get used to the long study hours but it does suck a lot for a few months.
 
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Starting M2 in Davie. Here's a short summary of my M1 experience - touched base with many classmates prior to joining, first meeting w most of the class at a bar prior to first day of classes was great and we all seemed to bond very quickly, made a bunch of friends and first two months was studies, bars and beaches, exams every week or other week - partied after exams, some profs were horrible and a few were good, sometimes multiple profs taught one class, very soon most of us simply stopped going to class and listened to recorded lectures or live, massively increased study time to keep up with grades (basically had to relearn active studying techniques that worked for me) and didn't party as much, still we had medprom and other parties like Bachelorrete watching parties after exams often going to Miami, powered through and completed M1. Ft Lauderdale area is a fun place........but in all honesty......you spend most of your waking hours studying and the few remaining hours doing grocery shopping, laundry etc. Fellow students are great and most break up into their own cliques soon, profs are not altogether helpful and you're expected to power through on your own, grades are sometimes curved, clinic shadowing/taking history is done in M1 which is fun, some active practical classes like intubating, etc etc are really fun. You eventually get used to the long study hours but it does suck a lot for a few months.
Sounds like a DO school
 
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