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    Freyhur is offline Newbie 510 points
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    To all the 2nd or 3rd semester students......(Please read)

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    I just got accepted to SABA's upcoming May class and i am kind of scared after reading more about the attrition rate. I would like to prepare myself so i don't fail my first semester. Iam interested in reading into the first semester books before i start the semester.

    I would be more than grateful if you could answer these following questions:

    - What books were used for what course.....? Please list the author and the name.
    - Which course requires the most study, attention, and that students tend to do worst in?
    - What was the approximate dropout rate from the semester you were in?
    - any other useful info??

    Any help is appreciated and best of luck through the rest of your studies!

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    If you're wanting to do some self study before getting here, send me a PM and I'll point you in the right direction with what to do to make your life significantly easier once you start.
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    Saba school of medicine is a place where you will have to teach yourself everything. Oh that's just graduate school you say?? Well that may be but those other grad schools also offer their students a lot of help and resources. Here at Saba the professors' office hours are even fake. How could their office hours fall between 8a-5p while we are LITERALLY in class everyday of the week from 8a-5p. There is no tutoring, because no one has time for it because of the ridiculous class hours. The only resources they provide are illegally downloaded study material and videos on what the school calls its "student server," where the profs and even the current dean directs students to go to in order to find help.
    None of this info is exaggerated, you can ask any saba student and they will tell you the same thing. Such a sad waste of money to come here.

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