What's ur point? If accepted at top dogs, most likely get accepted at lesser institutions also. Moot pointizzyfine said:...and many of the people accepted there are also accepted to other schools in NY like Sinai, Einstein, Columbia, etc.
True, but I thought this would be especially true given the fact that NY has so many competitive institutions. I thought NYMCs geographical proximity to so many "top dogs" might explain their high acceptance rate.BigRedPingpong said:What's ur point? If accepted at top dogs, most likely get accepted at lesser institutions also. Moot point
I'm not sure how much they advertise this during interviews, but there is a student-run clinic project underway here, and the clinic is scheduled (cross-fingers) to be up and running by fall of 2005. So once that gets going, the clinical opportunities will increase by quite a bit; in the meanwhile (shameless plug) there is a lot of work to be done and students interested in that sort of an experience have an opportunity to help get this clinic off the ground.izzyfine said:Anyway, do you guys know any current students? I wanted to ask them a few questions about how involved they get to be with actual patient care in the first two years. I want to know if you can get involved with the ER at Westhchester Med. Center.