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    Clinical Rotations & Electives?

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    plzz, whats the difference between clinical rotations and electives?
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    All of your 3rd and 4th year rotations are 'clinical rotations'. But the 3rd year is comprised of the required clinical rotations - "Cores". The 4th year rotations are the clinical rotations you choose to take based on what you're considering doing for residency, or where you'd like to gain further skills and knowledge - "electives" (because you're electing to do them).
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    thank you soo much julestx!

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