Student host etiquette

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Chieka, Nov 27, 2002.

  1. Chieka

    Chieka Senior Member

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    Does anybody know how the student host program works? I just got a list of hosts for UCONN and I'm trying to sort myself out.

    Thanks,

    C.
     
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  3. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg 1K Member

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    call, request, and try not to cuss them out (in bed) . Do this, and success is in your future (in bed).
     
  4. jashanley

    jashanley Senior Member

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    Call up a host that sounds fine for you. They are flexible and if they can't host they try to help you find a person who can.
    I went to UConn and was a host for two years. It was fun for the applicant and the host. It gave the applicant a good idea of life at the school. The hard part is avoiding coming when an exam is scheduled.
    UConn only has 6-8 exams total per year so each one is a lot of studying. Despite a pass fail system, you still have to do well on the exams.
    The UConn students are some of the nicest people I have met anywhere for the most part. I loved my interview there. It was a relaxed atmosphere. Everyone was so nice.
    The training I recieved at UConn was superb. I felt pretty comfortable as an intern with caring for very sick patients even in July and August. Good luck with interviews.
     
  5. As my mother woud say "Would you eat like that if your were having dinner with the president?" I THINK NOT! Remember that, it comes in handy at times. Words of wisdom I tell ya!:)
     

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