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The medical school in which I’m currently earning a graduate degree in has recently transitioned to an active/team based learning curriculum. They no longer hold lectures, and students end up purchasing lecture series from other institutions. I am open to more active learning, but I need lectures. I am an auditory learner, and I have adhd. I’ve learned to cope with my learning disability, but I need to be taught in the manner similar to the way I have been for 20 years. Does anyone have suggestions for what school might be cohesive with my learning style?
 

libertyyne

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The Med school you get into.
once you have interviews it is easier to determine the curriculum and if it will match what you need.
 
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