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yostwafu

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I guess my drawbacks for Tufts is I'm worrying I won't be having enough patients to work on in D4. Considering there are residents as well as tons of dental schools surrounded Tufts.
For Roseman, I heard bad reputations on other threads about it.
 

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What is the cost difference? I would go to whatever is cheapest

Tufts is a more established school, so there are more opportunities you can take advantage of. However, the class size seems to take a negative toll on many students.

Here's an AMA I found on Tufts that might help you:




Roseman is a fairly new school so there are less connections to build off of, but I have heard positive reviews about it from current students. It is also a P/F curriculum at 90%.
 
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What is the cost difference? I would go to whatever is cheapest

Tufts is a more established school, so there are more opportunities you can take advantage of. However, the class size seems to take a negative toll on many students.

Here's an AMA I found on Tufts that might help you:




Roseman is a fairly new school so there are less connections to build off of, but I have heard positive reviews about it from current students. It is also a P/F curriculum at 90%.
The difference in cost when I closely calculated is around 45k for 4 years. Recently, there are quite a bit of negative reviews on sdn about Roseman also. Thanks for the link!
 
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