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Weill Cornell Medical College

Survey Results (1)
Teaching
4.6 (C)
Basic Sciences
7.7 (B+)
Clinical Preparation
8.5 (A-)
Useful
7.7 (B+)
Knowledge Level
10.0 (A+)
Helping Doctor
6.9 (B)
Patient Interaction
8.5 (A-)
Job Assistance
7.7 (B+)
Overall, how would you rate the quality of your school?
8.5 (A-)
Helpful Advising
3.1 (D+)
Level of Burnout
10.0 (A+)
Individual Value
4.6 (C)
Social Life
4.6 (C)
Extracuriculars
1.5 (D-)
Surrounding City
10.0 (A+)
Meeting People
4.6 (C)
Romance
Business
0.8 (F)

Cornell is certainly a mixed bag.  It has great housing, and is in the most exciting city in the world.  The sciences are good, and you can go anywhere for training that you desire.

The level of unhappiness of faculty and residents, and the degree of cynicism that is taught, or inculcated, still follows me to this day.  But although you don't stay all night at most rotations (except perhaps ob-gyn, done at outside hospitals), you will “be ready” because of the intellectual atomsphere. 

 

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