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  • Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine
  • Podiatry School
  • Miami Shores
General Info

What graduating class are you in?


Are you pursuing any joint degrees (MD/PhD, MD/MPH, etc.)?


Are you considered in-state or out-of-state for tuition purposes?

Not applicable

What was your MCAT score?


What was your undergrad GPA?


What was your undergrad science GPA?


What was the zip code of your residence in high school?


What is your race/ethnic background?


Overall, how would you rate this medical program?

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What do you like most about this school?

"3rd year Clinical faculty are good for the most part" Report Response

What do you like least about this school?

"Everything, except the weather. After 3 years of school here I think it is safe to say that the education here is on par with a below average community college. Yeah, there are a couple good professors, but 80% of them are inept and cannot articulate the material in manner which is conducive to learning. Barry used to be known for its "clinical education", but even that is at risk now with the new clinical coordinator. She is unorganized, dictator-like, and irrational. In almost every one of our class meetings with her she will tell us one thing, and then does the exact opposite. Just thinking about her infuriates me because she knows how to sweet talk the dean into making him think she is doing a good job. In an attempt to make this review relatively short, I won't go into any specifics. You might think I'm just a grumpy student that got bad grades and am just here ranting. I wish that was the case. I'm a pretty mellow guy and in most cases I would care less about any drama going on with the faculty, but Barry has gotten out of control. I think its only fair to any potential students to know what they are getting into. Just to be clear, I don't want to throw everyone associated with Barry under the bus. There are some good faculty members, but they are few and far between. If you ask me, Barry is heading in the wrong direction, and fast. If you interview here they will try to make themselves look good by saying they have great pass rates for boards part one and for matching for residency. But don't be fooled, this is not because the school prepares us well, it's because we study on our own. Good luck to anyone researching the options for podiatry school. The field of podiatry is great and is growing fast with the increase prevalence of diabetes. Regardless of which school you attend, you have to put in a lot of time to make sure you know the material, so be prepared to give up a lot of your personal time." Report Response

What is the reputation of the school in the medical community?

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What is the reputation of the research that goes on at this school?

1 out of 10

Please provide any other general comments on your school

No Response

Cost/Financial Aid

Are fees/tuition expensive?

5 out of 10

How is the cost of living (rent, food, bills, etc.)?

5 out of 10

Are many institutional scholarships/grants available?

5 out of 10

Is institutional aid need-based or merit-based?

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How is the curriculum structured?

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How many courses are taken at a given time?

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How long are you typically in class per day?

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How frequently do pre-clinical medical school activities have mandatory attendance?

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How many days per week is anatomy lab?

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How many students per cadaver?

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How long (in months) do you have anatomy?

No Response

Is the curriculum lecture-centric or small-group centric?

5 out of 10

How much patient interaction is there in the pre-clinical years?

5 out of 10

What books are necessary?

No Response

What books are unnecessary?

No Response

Is the curriculum designed to promote a specialty? If so, which specialty?

No Response

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Clinical Rotations
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Location & Housing
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Social Environment
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Post Graduation
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