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Research Question

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by CT, Sep 26, 2001.

  1. CT

    CT Member 10+ Year Member

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    Hi! This is my second semester of working on a research project, however, I am not enjoying it as much as I thought I would. I was wondering how not continuing it next semester might look in the eyes of some schools (I said on my AMCAS that I was planning on doing it through 5/02)? I expect to do some if I go to medical school. I feel it is just the situation I'm doing it in (amid other classes as opposed to during the summer by itself) that is bothering me. On a side note too, when most students do research in medical school, is it with other classes or not? Sorry for rambling and thanks for your input.
     
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  3. kutastha

    kutastha 2K Member Physician 10+ Year Member

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    At least here at USC, the medical students can do lab work in the summertime, before classed start first year, then the next summer and sometimes the one after. I believe some schools actually have electives that allow you to do research work sometimes during the school year.

    Andrew
     
  4. DNALadder2002

    DNALadder2002 Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    If you're pursuing a medical degree rather than a PhD, I don't see why you couldn't take a break from research next semester (unless you are a science major and it's a requirement to graduate). You could spend this time in a hospital or clinic, right? I hope this helps.
     

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