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MD to MD PhD: am I a reapplicant?

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I think the answer is yes but I want to make sure. I applied to the MD program at school X this past cycle. After significant reflection and discussion, I realized that MD/PhD is vastly more appropriate for me. Now that I am applying MD/PhD at school X, am I a reapplicant?
 
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I think the answer is yes but I want to make sure. I applied to the MD program at school X this past cycle. After significant reflection and discussion, I realized that MD/PhD is vastly more appropriate for me. Now that I am applying MD/PhD at school X, am I a reapplicant?
You are a re-applicant to every MD school where you sent a primary application.
 
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