What do you like most?
"Integrated curriculum and board-style test questions on exams. Fantastic clinical training throughout 1st and 2nd years, thanks to a brilliant, truly gifted instructor and well-respected internal medicine physician. Scholarly project requirement forces you to meet and become involved with physicians and medical researchers out in the field. Case-based instruction helps you stay up to date with the faculty and students at the school. For the time being, small class size helps; It's great to ensure a reasonable student:faculty ratio. Working every other week for a half-day in a primary care physician's office reminds you why you're putting yourself through constant studying hell."
"Small class size, research project, block schedule."