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Non-Binding Programs

mr_sanguinemr_sanguine 761 replies37 threads Member
Guys, if a program is formally non-binding, meaning you don't have to attend the medical school (PPSP, Rochester etc), is it more difficult to get into another medical school if you already have admission into one?

Say, you were in Rochester and for some weird reason didn't want to go there for med school, and after the four undergrad years wanted to apply out. Is it more difficult to gain admission from another medical school since you already have admission into one?

Dr. Sedrish?
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