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Old 11-21-2011
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Wink Got an elective in Pediatrics!!

Wish me luck guys...I'm going to need it..will try to make the most of it
since it is a 1 month elective.
good luck to all
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That's awesome, Congratulations!
Good luck (but don't know why you'll need it- you got a spot! That's lucky!)
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Wish me luck guys...I'm going to need it..will try to make the most of it
since it is a 1 month elective.
good luck to all

COngratulations
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guys just make sure u apply early and check all the websites to see if they accept imgs..mostimp have your step 1 and toefl in hand and make sure u write a good statement of intent and ur cv make sure its good..i noticed that weill cornell is the easiest place to get a spot for imgs so you could try it..gl
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