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On the MSAR, what does the total enrolment refer to? This number is usually higher than the number of matriculated students. Does that mean it is the total number of students accepted?
 

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I just realized for some school the total enrolment is higher than the number interviewed...
 

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You might be looking at the total population across all four years? So for example maybe ~100 matriculate per year, and total enrollment is ~400?
 
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It is total enrollment for all students in all years in a program leading to an MD degree across the school. This would be anyone who has formally matriculated into the school but has not withdrawn/dismissed from the school. This would include:

-all active M1-M4
-those enrolled in dual degree but not actively taking M1-M4 curriculum/rotations
-those on leave for personal/health or other reasons
-those who are repeating a year and/or course

It would not include those who have been accepted but deferred before matriculating.
 
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