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Trouble w/ Entering Dates Attending University

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by beachdude, May 28, 2002.

  1. beachdude

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    When entering the dates you attended university, is asks you a from date, and a to date...but if you still attending it (or going to attend it in sept), what should you put as your "to"date?

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  3. pocwana

    pocwana MD/MBA candidate c/o 2008
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    when you're going to graduate
     
  4. beachdude

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    The problem is,

    Im currently enrolled in a 4 year program and am in my second year. I know that most if not all med school require a degree (or three years)....but if I get accepted to meds, I can drop out of the 4 yr program and get a 3 year degree....so should I put 2004 (I started in 2000) or 2003 as my graduation year?

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  5. pocwana

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    this is just me, but i'd put grad date (may/june) 2003.
    if you put 2004, the schools will wonder what the heck you're doing applying now.
    besides, when (not if) you get in, that's what it'll be.
     

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