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Residency match strategy Get tips from successful students

4.16.2018 | Alexis Lewin

“I applied to only one program [a neuromusculoskeletal medicine/osteopathic manipulative medicine residency] and put all of my eggs in one basket,” says Chen, who attends the A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA). But she did have a fallback plan. If she didn't.

More than half of AOA programs have received or applied for ACGME accreditation. Comment Your name * Your *.

Because Michigan has 16 osteopathic emergency medicine residencies altogether, Cahill is fairly confident that she will snare a position when she goes through the match again next year.

Jensen first became captivated by dermatology as a premedical student.

She worked in a urology office prior to medical school and was able to assist with some urological research. To Buscaino’s delight, she matched into her top-ranked program, Detroit Metro Urological Surgery Consortium, which is based in Mt.

This is a medical school? premed

9.21.2018 | Samantha Jacobson

So just to give you premeds a heads up, there is a school that needs to be avoided at all costs in the Great State of Arizona. That School is.

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2nd year has us shipped to one of the CHCs in the nations, and we act as doctor. So you'd better hope that we're trained in performing physicals, talking to patients, and listening to heart sounds for any issues, etc. I dunno how other schools manage 2 hrs a week. Just to play devil's advocate: 1) dunno of this busy work you speak of. We have 4 hrs of OMT a week because, you know, we go to a DO school and we have COMLEX 3 PE later on. imo all the activities we do have some sort of clinical significance- take first year for example.

Osteopathic School-Specific Discussions

3.15.2018 | Samantha Jacobson

I am trying to decide between PNWU and DCOM. I did the Masters at DCOM and have built really strong relationships with the faculty- from fellowship offers, to grants for research I have had a strong year here. Attending medical school at DCOM would mean some of my classes like MGA, Histo, and Neuroanatomy would.

From what I understand, the general consensus on SDN is to avoid applying to LUCOM due to their restrictive student policies and perceived negative school reputation due to the school's application of it's religious views. LUCOM is a controversial and divisive topic on SDN. I respect that adcom member a lot and all the other adcom members who are. In fact there is an adcom member on SDN who I will not name who is known for stating that he can't recommend LUCOM to medical school applicants. Liberty University-COM.

Please PM the essays or lack thereof to me when the secondary is available and I will update this.

SOMA - Top Ten Application Mistakes

8.20.2018 | Christian Lawman
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Mistake Two. Waiting too long to write the personal statement (maybe even writing it in a day) and not seeking feedback from valuable resources, such as advisors, friends, professors, and parents. Mistake Three. Under-explaining or over-explaining discrepancies (such as gaps in time or a series of poor grades) in the.

The "process" includes everything from clinical exposure to actually filing the application. Starting the process too late. Start early and devote time and energy to every step.

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Not contacting AACOMAS or the Office of Admissions to verify that all items of the application have been received.

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Take the time to read and reflect on what osteopathic medicine is and what it means personally. Demonstrating only a cursory understanding of osteopathic medicine (best seen in statements that repeat our brochures to us).

SOMA news and events on campus and in the community.

Acting inappropriay when contacting our office or coming for an interview. Every part of the application process is a part of our decision.

Getting letters of evaluation from individuals who have only known the applicant for a short period of time. Build relationships!.

Not taking the opportunity to practice interview skills.

Waiting too long to write the personal statement (maybe even writing it in a day) and not seeking feedback from valuable resources, such as advisors, friends, professors, and parents.

We would like to hear more about the specific examples that accompany such experiences. Sharing too little of personal drive and desire. We see many personal statements that reflect what students consider to be "ideal" steps in the application process (clinical experience, work history details, and so on).

If at all possible, typewritten applications are preferred. Not typing the application.

Seek guidance from an advisor. Under-explaining or over-explaining discrepancies (such as gaps in time or a series of poor grades) in the application.

SOMA students have access to advisement for education support, research, technology, and performance assessment.

INTERESTING DO PROGRAM GPA DATA Premed Advice

12.24.2018 | Christian Lawman
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INTERESTING DO PROGRAM GPA DATA Was just trolling SDN for data on DO programs. While anecdotal, it looks like you can go pretty far with a lower GPA. I've included some of the examples of accepted.

I’ve included some of the examples of accepted applicant profiles. cGPA/sGPA/MCAT.

: 2.87, 3.21, 27 Interview : LECOM-E Accepted: LECOM-E.

: 2.95, 2.5, 22 (Grad GPA’s: 3.75) Interview: UMNDJ, PCOM-PA ACCEPTED: UMNDJ, PCOM-PA.

: 3.2, 3.01 33 ACCEPTED: LECOM-E.

: 3.05, 2.98, 27 Interview: LECOM-E, WCU-COM ACCEPTED: LECOM-E, WCU-COM.

: 3.14, 2.97, 33 Interview: LECOM-E, AZCOM, NSU-COM, ATSU-KCOM, ATSU-SOMA, LMU-DCOM ACCEPTED: AZCOM.

Seems like an interesting option if you hurt your GPA badly and wouldn’t mind getting a DO degree? http://forums.studentdoctor.net/threads/the underdog-thread.910661/#post.

3.0 2.8 28 Interviews: TouroCOM-NY, ACOM Accepted: ACOM.

3.12, 3.45, 27 Interview: Alabama Accepted Alabama.

: 3.13, 3.15, 28 Interview: PNWU-COM, TUNCOM, Alabama, Touro-NY, NSU-COM Acceptances: Touro-NY, NSU-COM.

: 3.15 3.09 28 Interview: LECOM-B, WVSOM, and TUNCOM ACCEPTED: LECOM-E, MSUCOM.

: 3.14, 3.12 27 Interviews: KCOM, PNWU, WVSOM, TouroNY, NOVA, SOMA,ACOM Accepted: KCOM, WVSOM.

: 3.23, 3.13 27 Interview :AZCOM, CCOM, Marian, LECOM-B, KCOM Accepted: Marian.

: 3.14 2.90 29 Interview: TouroNY Accepted: TouroNY.

Was just trolling SDN for data on DO programs. While anecdotal, it looks like you can go pretty far with a lower GPA.

: 3.19, 3.03, 34 Interviews: LECOM-B, LECOM-E. Accepted: LECOM-E.

: 3.07, 3.50 TBD Interview: Touro-ca,Western Pomona Accepted: Touro-CA.

2.98 2.98 36 Interview: AZCOM, DMU Accepted: AZCOM.