Thank you! I interviewed on May 7th and finished up 18 credits for the spring with a 4.0 so I made sure to send that in for an update around mid may. I didn't get waitlisted until 5/28 so my grades were in before i received that decision.Congrats on your acceptance!!! Did you send in any letter of interest after being waitlisted?
I was wondering the same thing and spoke with Dr Ruiz yesterday and said they do not do campus petitions after May 1 unless it is a dire circumstance.Hi guys, I received a letter of acceptance to Middletown today after getting waitlisted when I interviewed on 2/26. During my interview, I put Harlem as my first choice and Middletown as second. Since the interview, I've been accepted to another school which I prefer over Middletown. However, I would highly consider going to Harlem if I can switch from Middletown to Harlem.
So my question is - has anyone been successful with switching from one campus to another? Thanks in advance!
I doubt it. If they combine harlem and middletown matriculants, I would find it difficult that the average will be a 31. The harlem average will probably be in that range but middletown more than likely will not be that high. But I could be wrong.Due to the fact that Middletown is a new medical school is the MCAT for matriculants a 31 as is in the Harlem medical school?
You applied and interviewed at a school and you have no idea how the curriculum is conducted?
Well I have an idea I was just wondering if someone could elaborate more on the "high tech class rooms" and give some more insight on the curriculum from a student perspective
Hi there and congrats on your acceptance!
All of our lectures are recorded and accessible through iTunes U. We come in for discussion and problem based learning as well as labs. The curriculum is structured so we spend more time studying. Trust me you will need it
Hope this answers your question.
Is commuting to middletown from NYC do-able? I have read previous threads that says it is but cannot figure out what route needs to be taken via bus or train. I looked at the port authority and it showed that the first one leaves around 8 am and doesn't get in until around 10:30 am so this would not work in terms of getting to middletown on time for class. I am not from new york, FYI.
I have been told that the Port Authority station is your best bet but it looks like its about an hour and a half according to the transit schedulesIf you were presumably attending Touro in Middletown what would be the easiest route from the city and how long does that take?
Due to the fact that Middletown is a new medical school is the MCAT for matriculants a 31 as is in the Harlem medical school?