Hey guys, I posted a similar thread on the pre-allo site and I would like to ask you guys what you think. I am trying to choose between UCSF and UCLA. I liked UCLA more when I went there and my family is all in LA. I have a free apartment, courtesy of my great aunt, that is four miles from UCLA in Santa Monica. I am also considering just living in married housing cause I would really like to not have a car for the first two years, just use my wifes when necessary. Or UCSF. Now, when I went to UCSF I was much more impressed by the school, however UCLA's interview isn't exactly the most well-planned of all interviews. UCSF was more impressive, but I got a better vibe at UCLA. I have been comparing the two by just about every source I can get my hands on, but I am not seeing a whole lot of difference between the two. They both seem to have pretty much the same setup. Now, UCSF has a bigger name in medicine and I want to know does that have anything to do with the undergraduate medical school or is that all about the graduate/research level? I liked UCLA more, just a feeling, but I also liked UCSF a ton. I didn't like UCLA so much that I am just gonna toss UCSF if it really has something that I am gonna like. But I am just not seeing anything on the internet or the books I see. Can any of you from either of those two schools help me out? I am looking for selling points of the two. Thanks so much for any info that you guys can offer.