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koobpheej

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Is residency considering as strongly in a factor of admissions to specialty programs at state schools? Or at that point, it doesn't matter where you are a resident?
 

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perhaps it depends on the school, but i'll tell you that at my state school (actually the state school I will attend), the majority of post-doc residents are from out of state.
 

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I'm a New York State resident for 10 years now (attending a NY school - SUNY Buffalo) and all of my ortho interviews were from schools not in NY (think warm states where it never snows). Three were state schools and there were lots of people at those interviews who were not residents of those states.

I also got invited to all of the GPR/AEGDs I applied to in California, but now at the end of all this applying and interviewing, I am attending a GPR program in.....

New York.

[Insert UBTom's "I love NY" logo here]
 
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