Curious to find out your impressions from those of you who have either transferred into, or are beginning your first semester in the new curriculum that began this August. What is your typical day like? What classes are you taking? Those of you who may have transferred into it, how does it compare to what you were used to. Do you get ample time to study? Are the professors helpful? How are exams set up? Do you have block exams, or are they spread out throughout the week. Any and all info would be most helpful! Thanks!
I am also wondering the same thing... Surely someone can provide some kind of feeback!!
it's come to my attention that AUA is the latest in email scams trying to bleed money out of people!! AUA doesn't really exist! don't send money! they are not a real caribbean medical school!! windsor is better...oops! ever realize that you may have stepped over the line? i think i did with that last one, hahaha!!
anyway, there should be enough slandering words in this post to catch the eye of some current student or admin staff that is super stressed out and wants to yell at someone...and if you're that special someone, will you PLEASE let us know about the new curriculum after you're done yelling?
Last edited by sarcomere700; 09-30-2011 at 03:15 AM.
Everyone is busy studying. I am in MED4 and would have preferred the new curriculum. Approx 75% of US med schools use this approach