I have been accepted to TUCOM-MI.
One of my friends chose not to go to AZCOM because he felt unsure about there clinical rotations. I don't have specifics, but he said that was a huge turn off. From what I hear Touro-Ca has a pretty solid program.
Out of Curiosity did you interview at COMP also?
Hmm if that's the case, and you've only got one acceptance, then I'd go for sure. It would be worth it to get a feel for the school before making your decision. Between the two schools, I'd go with AZCOM, because living in arizona is probably a bit cheaper (if you're not a native of cali), and I'm not a fan of touro expanding schools like grocery stores (that's just me though).
haha . Yea, it is nothing against Touro, I'm just wondering if it is worth my time to check out. I'm probably going to just stick with Touro this late in the game.
It's a tough choice for me. There are things I like about both programs, but i also have a friend that may be coming with me to TUCOM, which does way in somewhat. I really liked COMP a lot. But I like TUCOM too. I'm probably going to end up at TUCOM.
I'm pretty sure I'm going to save the money and not go to AZCOM.
Hey given that AZCOM is no longer limited in their residency options, i'd like to know if anyone has seen or heard of how this affected the matches since? Thanks!
I have an interview there but it isn't until the first week of March....
I have another acceptance already, what is everyone's opinion on this place...and is it worth the 500 dollar plane ticket to see?
I interviewed at AZCOM recently, and I have a quick question. They showed us some stats about how AZCOM has great pass rates (100% or nearly that for most years in the recent past) for the COMLEX. However, when I asked about their AVERAGE scores, the admissions guy didn't have an answer for me. Does anyone know how well AZCOM's students do on the COMLEX and/or USMLE? Also, it seems their residency match lists are a little low on specialists, but that the trend seems to be improving... Anyone have an opinion on that? Why does it seem that so many students from the school go into family practice, internal medicine, and Emergency Medicine?