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    lionelsoe is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Can yo do all clinicals in one location eg.NY?

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    I applied to Saba this wk
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    GPA 36.3
    28 F
    Well if I ever get in

    My family can move for me for clinicals
    Can you do all ACGME rotations in one area say NY area and spend 2yrs in one place?

    Much appreciated

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    I think you can get in with those stats, those aren't bad if you ask me. Just prepare well for your interview and you should be good. Look through interview threads, they help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionelsoe View Post
    I applied to Saba this wk
    MCAT 22
    GPA 36.3
    28 F
    Well if I ever get in

    My family can move for me for clinicals
    Can you do all ACGME rotations in one area say NY area and spend 2yrs in one place?

    Much appreciated
    Salutations "lionelsoe":

    I am planning on spending my entire 2 years of clinicals here in New York. I already have my cores lined up for New York and will be doing my electives here as well.
    "To achieve success, you must first define success."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTH View Post
    Salutations "lionelsoe":

    I am planning on spending my entire 2 years of clinicals here in New York. I already have my cores lined up for New York and will be doing my electives here as well.
    BTH.. you set them up? what do you mean? you went out side the hospitals that are affilated with Saba? and also.. there is no application process like with AUC for you to do rotations out side of Saba's affialted hospitals?

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    Salutations "lionelsoe":

    Saba set up my cores for me at the hospital. As for electives, you will have to contact the hospital that you want to do electives at and if they allow you to do them then you're set. Make sure you let Saba know which hospital and what electives you are doing so that they make sure there's no problem with licensing. Ciao.
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    thak you guys
    Still waiting for application to be complete
    wish me luck

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