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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by ganesha123, May 14, 2008.

  1. ganesha123

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    Hi,

    I applied for medical school a couple years ago and didn't get in anywhere, but did have a few interviews.. On AMCAS I don't know how to answer this question

    Have you ever matriculated at or attended any medical school as a candidate for an M.D. degree?
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    Because I have "attended" a medical school during an interview..is this what they mean? I am thinking no!



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    ganesha
     
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  2. Dendrite

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    In your case, you have not matriculated or attended any medical school. To matriculate means to enter the school as an official student. Going to an interview is not the same.

    There is, however, a section for reapplicants that you have to fill out.
     
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    ganesha123

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    thks
     
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