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I am very disappointed with Weill Cornell. They are cutting corners and saving money by hiring unqualified 'tutors' who barely speak english and who are MDs but qualified to be MDs in their own countries. Many of the faculty are not scholars at all and, as students learn, these faculty are unqualified to answer questions and actually spread misinformation with abandon. I am not sure why they do not care about education. And yes, there are lots of sociopaths and students repeating years over and over again. it feels like a community college sometimes.
|From viewing the photos on the site, I did assume what you said about having many people who cannot speak English well being in a place of authority. That does remind me of so many places like community college, college and more. I'm glad that you've shared your experience because I thought I might like it there. My question would be is: do you think that your education prepared you for the future even though the school cut corners?|