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    Why choose Windsor for clinicals ?

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    I am undecided between Windsor and St. James and may be Avalon for clinical transfer. Which school will give me most green book rotations if I am willing to move and can allow reasonable wait time in between rotations. Windsor seem to have more residencies but its reputation seems not so good. My choice was Eustatius but due to current situation over there I am not so sure. Thanks in advance.

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    If you're willing to travel, Windsor can give you all greenbook rotations. I've rotated with students from both St James and Avalon, although I can't speak to the quality of their rotations.
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    USA student here. I'm thinking of applying to Windsor for Jan 2014 since their tuition is very affordable. Only 5000 a semester!!! Can you tell me if Windsor allows a student to do residency in states such as Florida and Texas? Also will I be able to get license in those states as well? Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Med92 View Post
    USA student here. I'm thinking of applying to Windsor for Jan 2014 since their tuition is very affordable. Only 5000 a semester!!! Can you tell me if Windsor allows a student to do residency in states such as Florida and Texas? Also will I be able to get license in those states as well? Thanks in advance
    Let me google that for you

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    It seems like you can with Florida but how about Texas? I went to the site for Texas but I'm having a hard time finding it. Can you help me out? Thanks

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    Like where in the Texas Medical board does it say Windsor is approved? Can you show me that instead of just simple google links to something I did already?

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    If money is not an issue, there are better places than Windsor. If you are coming to Windsor because it is "cheap," then you are in it for all the wrong reasons.

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    This may not be the right place to ask, but how are the lectures organized (if in fact they are)? Do we get slides or we need to make our own notes?

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