state of residency ques..

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by NMH2001, May 28, 2001.

  1. NMH2001

    NMH2001 Ferret Momma

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    First I want to thank everyone on this board-you have been very helpful with my questions! OK-here's one more...I'm trying to find out which schools are selective to only in-state residents, and which ones accept most of their class from many different states.
    Also, while I've got your attention-NYCOM lists in it's admissions catalogue that you must have a grade of 2.5 or better in all pre-req's to be accepted. Does this mean I have to repeat my C in Bio I took 6 years ago??? Thanks!!!
     
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  3. Dagny

    Dagny PGY-1

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    If you look at each osteopathic college's information on AACOMAS, they state which colleges give preference to in-state applicants or neighboring states. I remember them as OU-COM, OSU-COM, PCSOM, TCOM, and WVCOM.
    http://www.aacom.org/students/colleges.html

    Also, take another look at NYCOM's information. It states no grade below 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
     
  4. Wasabi

    Wasabi Senior Member

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    Yo, don't forget to include UNECOM, NYCOM, UMDNJSOM, MSU-COM.
     

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