For those of you who know what school you'll be going to, post your school's clinical rotations/clerkships for years 3 & 4. Here's mine: UCSD Year 3: Medicine - 12 weeks Surgery - 12 weeks Pediatrics - 8 weeks Reproductive Medicine (OB/GYN) - 6 weeks Psychiatry - 6 weeks Neurology - 4 weeks Year 4: Inpatient Direct Patient Care - 4 weeks Outpatient Direct Patient Care - 4 weeks Primary Care - 4 weeks 12 weeks of electives As a bonus, I've included two more: USC: Years 3 & 4: Family Medicine (6 weeks) General Surgery/Specialty Surgery (12 weeks) Medicine 1 (6 weeks) Medicine 11 (6 weeks) Neurology (4 weeks) Obstetrics and Gynecology (6 weeks) Pediatrics (6 weeks) Psychiatry (6 weeks) 12 weeks of selective clerkships 16 weeks of electives UC Davis: Year 3: surgery (8 weeks) medicine (8 weeks) OB/Gyn (8 weeks) pediatrics (8 weeks) psychiatry (8 weeks) primary care (8 weeks) Year 4: 32 weeks of Clinical Electives I'm not sure what the difference is between selective clerkships and electives for USC. Also, it's surprising that UC Davis has so many elective weeks when it's known as a primary care machine. Post away everyone. I'm interested to know what the differences will be.