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    Where/HOw do we access our clinical grades?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vtrain View Post
    Where/HOw do we access our clinical grades?
    well the med ed director at my hospital will show us our file at the hospital and it will have any of our grades and evals in it. Otherwise, i think you can contact your clinical coordinator- they should have your grades. Last,but not least, your transcript will have your grade. But don't expect it anytime soon- the earliest i got a grade was 3 weeks after the end of a rotation and the latest- well i'm still waiting and its been about 18 weeks...

    Ideally (A.S.!!) is to be able to access it on Angel!!!!!
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    Depends on who's most buggable... bug your hospital DME or bug your clinical coordinator.

    It can take quite some while because it takes time to get your written part to the school and scored, although it's supposed to take only a week or two at most, plus your preceptor often can't/won't submit final grades until after they receive written scores. Take into account that the preceptor has to make time to fill out the form... and you can easily see the lengthy delay. If it's taking over 4 months to get a grade, you should probably be a little more aggressive and try to see why none has been issued. It can be for some silly reason that someone has overlooked and it won't get sorted out unless you're bugging them.

    I agree... ideally, we should have web access to our grades as it seems like a silly waste of time to bug clinical coordinators/DME's for grades.

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    thanks! long time no talk drturtle. how's life on the other side of the pond?
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    Not too bad over here actually... it's a good experience. The consultants here are amazing. They seem to know everything and they make it all look so easy. Also, it has been quite fun to be able to travel around over here. Still haven't hit the mainland yet but there's so much to do over here already, there really isn't much of a need to go that far.

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