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What curriculum does NJMS follow (e.g. lecture vs. small groups/PBS, basic science based vs. organ system based, broad vs. focused course structure)? I cannot find this information in their booklet.

What are some of the good things about NJMS? If you are applying there, what are some of the reasons of your application?
 

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Curriculum first two years are fairly standard in regards to the basic sciences. Recently, they have incorporated more problem based classes, but the majority are still traditional. One of the positives about the school are the relaxed attitudes of the students and the friendly atmosphere. The best part about the school is the wealth and quality of the clinical experience, and this shows in the residency positions they place.
 
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