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    DrBigzMD is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    getting in/then out

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    hey everone, can you tell me when is a good idea to apply for entry for this summer at lublin? I have all my requirements done and everything but it will take time to get in all the application materials.
    Also, I know that they give us all rotations in the USA, so do we just do the 2 years of basic sciences in lublin then take usmle step 1 in america and then finish our rotations in the USA?
    Ive heard the class size is 30-40 so does that mean that only 40 people will be admitted for this summer?
    thanks

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    DrBigzMD is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    oh and also, what is their grading policy, is it letter grades or pass/fail?
    Does the entirety of the class pass and make it through? In carribean med schools a great number of students get failed out easily, how is it in lublin?
    thanks again

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    Last edited by remember; 04-14-2010 at 07:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by remember View Post
    I don't know what their policy is now though, so take it with a grain of salt. Or maybe someone else can chime in. I think they have a new policy now stating that you have to pass a subject-based NBME exam along with the final in order to pass the class.
    since when is this? and what's NBME... I'm not familiar with the shorthand. Ty

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