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- November 4th, 2015, 04:59 PM #1
Central park or Rashid Latif?
Guys i really need points on this one. Which college is better for mbbs cpmc or rlmc? Would highly appreciate any help.November 4th, 2015, 08:55 PM #2
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Central park is way better then rashid latif.November 4th, 2015, 09:34 PM #3
Thanku so much for replying. But can you support your answer?November 4th, 2015, 10:10 PM #4
I got accepted by both colleges. I chose Central Park because the professors at Central Park are amazing. Most of them are H.O.Ds retired from KEMU, AIMC etc The UHS results of Central Park speak for themselves. Secondly, I just didn't like the way the principal and the interviewer were treating the applicants. They were quite rude. The administration at Central Park was very welcoming and they cared more about my academics and how I would be proactive in med school rather than my personal life. I'm sure not everyone had a bad experience with the RLMC faculty, however, my personal encounter with them was not nice.
Another point is, RLMC has a higher fee than CPMC. But, what I do admit is, RLMC has a great campus, better than CPMC in my opinion. The hospitals are also a sight to be seen. Hameed Latif and Arif Memorial are great.
The reason I chose CPMC was because I want to study under those professors and I found the whole administration and student body is very proactive and at least some people are trying to work towards things outside of plain studies. Like doing research, certain academic and social responsibility events and such. I'm not saying RLMC doesn't have these things, I just felt like I wanted to do it all in CPMC's environment.
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The dean at CPMC is a successful pathologist and pathology what I hope to pursue in the future. He said I was welcome to discuss any ideas I had for the college and its societies etc and also if I had any questions with regards to my personal endeavors I was still welcome. The assistant dean is also a pathologist, in particular a forensics pathologist, one of the top in Pakistan. He was also extremely nice and very approachable. The associate dean is one of the oldest anatomy professors of Pakistan; all his students hold him in high esteem.
The prospect of being able to learn from these people and maybe even have them as a mentor one day was an opportunity that I didn't want to let go.November 4th, 2015, 10:26 PM #5
Thank you for the great insight armourlessknight. Congratulations on your admission and start of a new journeyNovember 5th, 2015, 10:32 AM #6November 6th, 2015, 12:02 AM #7
Thank you so much armourlessknight for sharing your thoughts! Ans congrats! May Allah give you succes
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