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UCSF VS. Cornell

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Fzma, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. Fzma

    Fzma Alopthy

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    UCSF vs. Cornell, discuss please.
     
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  3. GoinBack2Cali?

    GoinBack2Cali? it used to be so cool

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    UCSF
     
  4. Robizzle

    Robizzle 1K Member

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    Depends a lot on where you want to live.

    I'd take UCSF 7 days of the week and twice on Sunday if costs were equal at both places.
     
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    Costs aren't equal as everyone gets instate tuition at UCSF by the second year (even if you are originally OOS)....making Cornell significantly more expensive in the long run.
     
  8. lankan108

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    California>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NY
     
  9. PeripateticMD

    PeripateticMD Peripatetic

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    if you're going to ask such dumb questions, cornell. UCSF has a much more diverse population, better rankings, better opportunities (except if you want to hang out with 80% rich or ivy league kids), and much better location, and much better cost (even OOS become IS after one year)... but i'm biased :) I interviewed at both though, and I much preferred the diversity of those interviewing at UCSF...
     

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