i dont know how rotations are assigned these days because i graduated a while back ago. back then, the administration took care of setting up the core rotations and i took care of electives. what i'd like to mention though is for you to consider doing rotations at multiple places.
i've had friends who stay in one place for their entire clinical experience and loved it and did great. but i wanted to share my experience. i went state-hopping. i did it purposefully for three reasons :
1. being flexible with where you go decreases the amount of wait-time to get rotations
2. get my foot in the door into programs that i would apply to in the future.
3. to see where i could or could not live for 3 years during residency
like my friends, i also had a blast and did pretty well !
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