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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Brock Samson, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. Brock Samson

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    Can you go over what each type of curriculum means? Thanks
     
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    I misread your post, hold on...
     
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    Case Western has PBL, I can't remember if it is organ system or not. Yale is non traditional in the sense that they don't have tests. Lol.. this is hard.
     
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    University of Iowa: Lecture based with a little bit of CBL. I believe (some) lectures are recorded and put online. Grading is percentile based (i.e. top 15% get Honors, etc.). Exams are every Friday.

    University of Minnesota: Lecture based, not sure about CBL. First 6-7 weeks are solely anatomy which gets it out of the way so you have the background knowledge going into your other classes. Strictly Pass/Fail grading scheme. Lectures are posted online.
     
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