transfer m3

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  1. shorrin

    shorrin the ninth doctor
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    hi boys and girls,

    Has anyone out there had any experience in transfering after M2?

    I am trying to go from a chicago school to st louis... and I'm looking for some advice.

    thanks!
     
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    it's only possible to transfer if you have good reason to do so (family sick in the area, spouse works there or is a student there, etc). If you are looking to transfer just because you don't like your school anymore or you'd rather live in a different city, it's probably not going to happen. Med schools are very stingy when it comes to transfering students.
     
  3. shorrin

    shorrin the ninth doctor
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    thanks kalel.

    Does anyone have any personal experience in transferring to M3 or advice about how to approach SLU or WASHU in the application or interview?
     
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    You can check the schools' policy. BTW, Why do you want to transfer?
     
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    Im currently in the process of transferring as an ms1. Ill let u know what happens. Suprisngly, the med school im trying to transfer into is willing to take me as an ms2.

    well see how that goes.
     

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