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    AUC Not Recognized in NJ?

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    I am looking at AUC, Ross and SGU. From what I have read, graduates from these schools can be licensed in all 50 states, but I remember reading a post about AUC not being recognized in NJ. I have done a search and there are 500 posts with AUC and NJ, so can someone tell me if this is true?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
    I am looking at AUC, Ross and SGU. From what I have read, graduates from these schools can be licensed in all 50 states, but I remember reading a post about AUC not being recognized in NJ. I have done a search and there are 500 posts with AUC and NJ, so can someone tell me if this is true?
    AUC graduates can practice in all 50 states. So AUC is recognized in NJ.
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    what you may be thinking of is that AUC students cannot do clinical rotations in NJ (as can no other caribbean med school with the exception of Ross and SGU), but this has no bearing on doing residency or practicing NJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
    I am looking at AUC, Ross and SGU. From what I have read, graduates from these schools can be licensed in all 50 states, but I remember reading a post about AUC not being recognized in NJ. I have done a search and there are 500 posts with AUC and NJ, so can someone tell me if this is true?
    AUC students are not allowed to do clerckships in NJ (not even one day). They have tried to get into NJ clerkships but have been turned down a number of times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heathcliff View Post
    AUC students are not allowed to do clerckships in NJ (not even one day). They have tried to get into NJ clerkships but have been turned down a number of times.
    because it is against state law for foreign med students to do clinical rotations (same as in Pa). SGU and Ross were able to do clinical rotations before that law came into effect, so they were grandfathered in (but not in Pa).
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    Why is Ross and SGU allowed to do clerkships in NJ and AUC is excluded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
    Why is Ross and SGU allowed to do clerkships in NJ and AUC is excluded?
    Did you bother to read the post before yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgelucas45 View Post
    Did you bother to read the post before yours?
    Check the timing on the posts. I did not see the previous post before I posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slevit1 View Post
    Jersey? You're really not missing much
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