Hi all, I've sent out my applications to several post-baccalaureate pre-medical programs (to start this summer) and have been accepted to three. They were not my first choices, but alas these are where I got accepted to and I must make a choice. I'm really having trouble choosing one (and everyone I ask chooses a different one, though granted most of them don't really know what they're talking about, heh), so I'd really like to hear some outside thoughts. I've searched and come across threads here that cover each school, but some of them were several years old and not that informative. If anyone has first-hand feedback to offer, or even just what you've heard about the school, I'd be most appreciative. The first is the University of Miami. It's a private university that is not too far from where I currently live (about 45 minutes or so), so moving to a new place wouldn't be too hard and I would still sort of know people and family in the area. I could also probably continue at my current (very selective) volunteering position at a local hospital. That said though, the information on the program doesn't seem too extensive, and I don't really know how reputable the program is. I'm also thinking that it might also be nice for me to try and instead live somewhere with a more seasonal/cool climate for a year or two for once in my life , which leads me to... The second is Georgetown University. The program seems respectable as does the school, and it seems about 50 students were admitted into the program for this upcoming summer session. I'm not crazy, however, about the area/community from what I've read about it so far, but I've never personally visited. The last is Harvard University's Extension School. Though the Extension School is technically part of Harvard University, it is still an open enrollment program. As I understand it, so long as you meet the requirements you are accepted into the program. As was the case with me, they mailed my acceptance letter less than 24 hours after receiving my application. While "Harvard University" in itself seems impressive, I'm worried about the rigor of the program or the reputation of it given how lax it seems to be with regards to selectivity; it seems to be almost the opposite of the main Harvard University in that regard. Also, it seems all the Extension School classes are offered in the evening, which since I want to enroll full time into a post-bacc program, I can't say I'm a huge fan of. What are everyone's thoughts?