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based on 3 students ratings
It had all of the criteria I was looking for. After undergrad, I didn't know what I wanted to do next. I knew I wanted to go to medical school but I had decided to take a gap year and I didn't know what I wanted to do during it. Then I found this program and it has been great so far!
I really like the courses so far. We get to choose which upper-level science courses we want to take. I chose to take microbiology, immunobiology, and anatomy of the musculoskeletal system this semester.
It has excellent academics. It also has a city location while maintaining a campus feel. It is also in a different city, but not far from home (roughly $10 and 2 hours). I also liked the fact that the school had life: people didn't seem too crushed by their academics.
I think that the curriculum is overall good. The distribution requirements are broad enough that everyone will feel as though they can find a class in each subject that they will enjoy. That said, the distribution requirements are overly complex and insufficiently explained to students.
Good scholarship, ivy league so a lot of connections and opportunities not available from other local colleges, great diversity in the college so I won't feel out of place, close to my home so I can visit my friends and family with ease.
It is difficult but expected due to the reputation of the college. Students are competitive due to many major courses being based on a curve, which can potentially lead to a conflict of interests. No room to retake classes can allow a class to ruin GPA.