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iwillbesoon

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This was given to me by the career center at U of I. It is a list of schools that send secondaries before reviewing primary applications and it is NOT inclusive. I know for most of us it's already too late to use this info...but maybe someone can remember it for the future.

Univ. of Southern Cali
Univ. of Colorado
Univ. of Connecticut
George Washington Univ.
Georgetown
Howard
Emory
Univ. of Massachusetts
Univ. of Chicago
Finch/FUHS
Rush
Tulane
St. Louis Univ.
Washington Univ.
Dartmouth
Albany
Albert Einstein
Rochester
Univ. of IL
NY Medical
Cornell
Mt. Siani
SUNY (Brooklyn, Buffalo, Stonybrook, Syracuse)
Wright State Univ.
Univ. of OklahomaJefferson
Univ. of Michigan
Penn State
Univ. of Pennsylvania
Tufts
Univ. of Virginia
Vanderbilt
Marshall, WV
 

10yearmedic

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A more complete list is in the MSAR. It lists who every school sends secondaries to, the criteria (all applicants, screened applicants), the costs, and the deadlines. Its a great book with a wealth of information. Every applicant should look at a copy.
 

dr.z

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I don't think Vanderbilt sends secondary to everyone. They used to send it only to applicants that get interviewed by them (unless it has changed recently).
 
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