william carey university college of osteopathic medicine acceptance rate

This thread is supposed to be a forum for incoming students to learn about the program, not see arguing and finger pointing from either side. Feel free to ask questions of me or others about experiences, quality of education and our overall match competitiveness. 3) The biggest problem Carey has going forward is match rates... they are abysmal. The PLAYER being WCUCOM and the GAME being medicine. Mississippi has an awesome climate most of the year and it is stupid cheap to live in Hattiesburg.

Interviewed 8/9.I just called. This is a very big deal. Average. Don't hate THE PLAYER, hate THE GAME. That alone should make you a bit concerned. Are there places that are more "DO friendly" than others? Poor. Is the school code 002447?II yesterday for Feb 25th! I wonder why? LOL ( you could say it’s getting better although it isnt because those percentages are about different amounts of people, more people are unmatched with similar class sizes) After the post match and graduation they had every body but 4 or 5 people with a place to go. 2 were offered a 5th year and took it, the others didnt and are currently trying to get matched this year.http://www.nrmp.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Results-and-Data-SMS-2018.pdf my first one, hyped about this school!
only one essay question; The mission of the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine (WCUCOM) is to prepare men and women to become osteopathic physicians through an emphasis on primary care, lifelong learning, research and scholarly activities, and service, including osteopathic clinical service and graduate medical education. I'm unsure of what specialty I'd pursue but I went into WC knowing that I'd be ok with working IM or whatever if it came to that. I believe we have current IM residents @ Ocshner and Tulane. Also you're at a disadvantage for a lot of residencies even without the merger. Unfortunately that's just the way the system is, especially more so now that there aren't any protected DO residencies (at least by 2020). Always wondered how many people get these each year.... Could it be that you did get a final decision but due to a grammar error you didn't get the message? All Rights Reserved.II for April 23rd, but I declined the offer.

Does anyone know how many applicants are interviewed during one session? LizzyM 63.8. William Carey University admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 68%. I thought the 56% was the people who matched NRMP and 39% AOA, accounting for 95% of the class . Working harder will not change the issues with the administration, however. Very interested in this school and wondering what my chances might be..Can someone please post the prompt questions?Got an II today as well! BTW I’m OMS1 or 2 but don’t want to be identified hence this is my first post. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding.How long are 2nd years given for board prep?1st off its 36 weeks, 16 weeks in medicine, 16 in “surgery” and 4 in special topics. 2018-2019 William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine (WCUCOM) ... We still have a very high attrition rate. PD's DO care about those.

For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. I know they aren’t super strict when it comes to the DO letter because my physician letter was from an MD. Shoot me a message if you're still trying to make a decision. I'm just getting annoyed with random new accounts telling me to "just work harder". School is located at an extremely shady, all black neighborhood. I have the 2 science faculty letters, but one of them did not teach me The final total percentage is 99, which is shady because they only counted those that had met graduation requirements and did not include those 2 or 3 others that didnt in the data.Interviewed 11/2. I understand where I end up will all have to do on how well I do at WCUCOM, and maybe this is a dumb question but New Orleans is where I want to end up so I just wanted to know if its a possibility and if so how likely is the possibility?JavaScript is disabled. Got one yesterday for April 23, which seems like maybe the last day of interviews.

Also, what is usually the acceptance rate post interview?Please feel free to tag a pre-medical moderator when the secondary prompt is posted. JavaScript is disabled. Except for class remediations. My post 498 is pretty detailed on WCU school info. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding.Why is this thread so hostile?