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    Windsor Vs Aureus University School of Medicine.

    I got accepted at Windsor and Aureus for Premed starting in May. I need some honest and truthful inside information about the standards of the school as I'm leaning towards Windsor. Is it advisable to use the school housing? Is anyone going at the same time? Are books available at the school or I should buy them and bring them with? Your advise is very appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNS11 View Post
    PnS11 is not biased; Windsor has consistently failed to acquire necessary accreditation. The fact that they have yet to acquire CAAM-HP certification, even after three attempts, should have a prospective student asking questions such as why? how? etc. The whole point of a CAAM-HP certification is to show that the school meets a set standard of education(matching SGU, ROSS, AUC, and SABA) and is internationally recognized. There is a reason why schools such as SGU or Ross are held in such high regard and one of those reasons is that they don't fail basic accreditation processes. To any prospective student reading this, don't be cheap with your education and please spend the money if you have to.

    CNS11, you obviously do not know the definition of "bias" because that is exactly what PnS11 reply back was based on in 2015....."Personal Opinion."

    It is not the best option for everybody as a whole, therefore it is biased. If you said that answer today, towards December of 2018 or the start of 2019, than it would be valid considering the 2023 ECFMG guidelines. However, you said that in 2015 so starting off at Windsor or Aureus in 2015/16/17/18 doesn't affect your chances of securing a residency and eventually practising in the U.S.A. or Canada if you graduate and pass all the required exams in the typical 4 years of study. 2022 would be the absolute last year you can graduate from a fully non-accredited medical school.

    New ECFMG guidelines take place the graduation year of 2023, not inaugural.
    Last edited by Idktriple6; 05-13-2018 at 01:29 PM.

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