Non-Malignant Programs

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Non-Malignant Programs

Hi all!  I'm trying to get a sense of nonmalignant programs out there.  Since this is anonymous...When I say non-malignant, you say____________.  Thanks!

Edited by: nicky on 05/11/2015 - 19:50 Reason: Updated by FeedsNodeProcessor
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Arkansas

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Kaiser LA

Yes you can do a rotation there. They care more about personality and the "right fit" than a 260. Anything above 235 would probably get you an interview.

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i say your name isn't Simon

i say your name isn't Simon

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kaiser LA

kaiser LA

Anonymous00123
Anyone know average scores

Anyone know average scores for kaiser LA and what they're looking for?  Is it all USMLE?  Can you do an away rotation there?

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I would guess at least upper 240's

I would guess upper 240's, but I'm really not sure. That's a pure guesstimation

Anonymous (not verified)
Non-malignant

William Beaumont Hospital

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New Mexico

New Mexico was rather non-malignant

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Non-malignant?

 Non-malignant = pretty much every single program in the country.You'd be much more efficient by asking, "please name the 2 or 3 malignant programs out there"

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i didn't rotate at these

i didn't rotate at these programs but on the trail i heard that Columbia, Boston University, Newark, Buffalo, Cleveland Clinic and Ohio State are rough. someone that did rotate at these places, please feel free to correct me.