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I don't think a lot of these criticisms are very fair.
I confirmed with a few people that it was not a scam
I know the price tag of $1000 seems like a lot, but there are ways to fundraise for it.
You'd think they'd have the good sense to establish a presence over the long-term so there'd be some credibility to their breathless posts...
The fact that other students like myself are setting up fundraising accounts shows me that this is going to be something very special and worthwhile.
only 2,000 honorees/scholars from the entire U.S. were invited to attend.
The organization is new and only invited 3,000 of the top students in the U.S.
No, none of the letters sent are fraudulent letters and many people have questioned the legitimacy of these letters, but they are very much so legitimate.
Do not listen to the other people on Yahoo who are misinformed and are just missing out on an once-in-a-lifetime event.
The NY Times has not published an article about the National Academy of Future Physicians.....As you can see, anyone who brings up that NY Times article is highly misinformed.
By attending this Congress and being a member of the National Academy of Future Physicians your chances of getting into the college of your choice will be increased.
The NAFP is not a for-profit organization.