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Ohio State and Open Enrollment

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by OhioNon-Trad, Aug 18, 2002.

  1. OhioNon-Trad

    OhioNon-Trad New Member

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    Can someone please confirm what I heard in regards to Ohio Stae's new admission policy: they are giving zero preference to Ohio residents??? Oh, man...if this is true, then I feel as if I have sunk!!! I want to attend OSU sooo bad, but now, it seems as if they are putting more barriers on their doors the closer I get to applying!!!
     
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  3. Green912

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    I haven't heard this and would be surprised if it were true. Ohio State is a public university funded by state money. Seems to me they would be obligated to take mostly in staters. Last time I looked their in state % was 80.
     
  4. Bikini Princess

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    I'm an out-of-stater, but I i received their secondary application. About 80% of their class is in-state though.
     
  5. Spiderman [RNA Ladder 2003]

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    How do you know that? Their web site does not say that there is no preference. however, it does not state that there is a preferance.
     
  6. Adcadet

    Adcadet Long way from Gate 27
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    perhaps by "open enrollment" they mean that anybody can take classes at OSU, but you still have to apply to a specific program and Ohio peeps would get preference as usual. I'd think this would apply more for other types of classes than med school classes.
     

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