Can people please give me their personal rankings or some more pros/cons about each school? Where would you go if these were your choices? I appreciate any helpful advice. This is what I know... Saint Louis: emphasis on training ethical clinicians, PBL and small group/independent study, almost 100% pass rate on the boards, good residencies, and low cost of living. New York Medical: progressive, interactive curriculum, early clinical exposure, almost 100% pass rate on boards, wide range of clinical settings & diverse patient base, emphasis on primary care. Vermont: great reputation in rural and family medicine, earlier-than-normal entry into clerkships during second half of the second year. Thanks for any helpful replies!