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					The Ohio State University
    Pre-Dental Club
   Winter Quarter Meeting 3
       February 8, 2010
 Which Dental Schools Should I Apply
       to Besides Ohio State?
• A Basic List of items to consider
  – Their average academic scores
  – # of In-state vs Out-of-state spots
  – TUITION
  – City/town of the dental school
  – Is it accredited?
  – What is does a school’s program focus on?
  – Do they have a football team as good as OSU?
       Some Dental School Stats
• Slides based on the 2009 ADEA Official Guide
  to Dental Schools Chapter 3

• Link to a preview of Chapters 1-5:

http://www.adea.org/publications/Pages/Officia
  lGuide.aspx
        Other Useful Resources
• List of Dental Schools and Accreditation Status
  – http://ada.org/prof/ed/programs/search_ddsdmd
    _us.asp


• AADSAS: Are you ready to apply brouchre:
  – http://www.adea.org/dental_education_pathway
    s/educational_resources/Documents/AppInfo.pdf
        The Ohio State University
•   Applications 1074
•   Total Spots= 106
•   In-State= ~76
•   Interviewed: 186
•   Overall GPA: 3.70
•   DAT AA: 19.33/20.34
•   Tuition= ~$120,000
                Case Western
•   Cleveland, Ohio
•   Applicants= 3063
•   Total Spots= 70
•   In State Spots= 18 (26%)
•   Avg GPA=3.6
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19/20
•   Tuition= $173,000
                     Boston
•   Boston, MA
•   Applicants= 4669
•   Total Spots= 115
•   Out of State Spots= 90 (78%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.3
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19.35/19.15
•   Tuition= $196,000
                    Indiana
•   Indianapolis, IN
•   Applicants= 1785
•   Total Spots= 101
•   Out of State Spots= 28 (28%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.58
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 18.8/20
•   Tuition= $184,000
                   Kentucky
•   Lexington, KY
•   Applicants= 1477
•   Total Spots= 57
•   Out of State Spots= 16 (28%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.54
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19/19
•   Tuition= $167,000
                   Louisville
•   Louisville, KY
•   Applicants= 2734
•   Total Spots= 120
•   Out of State Spots= 39 (33%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.57
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 18/19
•   Tuition= $164,000
                  Marquette
•   Milwaukee, WI
•   Applicants= 3046
•   Total Spots= 80
•   Out of State Spots= 40 (50%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.6
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 18/19
•   Tuition= $159,000
                   Maryland
•   Baltimore, MD
•   Applicants= 2819
•   Total Spots=130
•   Out of State Spots= 60 (46%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.5
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19.5/19.3
•   Tuition= $150,000
                   Michigan
•   Ann Arbor, MI
•   Applicants= 2098
•   Total Spots= 105
•   Out of State Spots= 23 (22%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.53
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19/20
•   Tuition= $165,000
                 Midwestern
•   Glendale, AZ
•   Applicants= 2,323
•   Total Spots= 112
•   Out of State Spots= 89 (79%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.48
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 18.5/19
•   Tuition= $210,000
                   New York
•   Applicants= 4986
•   Total Spots= 239
•   Out of State Spots= 176 (74%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.45
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 20/20
•   Tuition= $197,000
                      Penn
•   Philadelphia, PA
•   Applicants= 2,201
•   Total Spots= 116
•   Out of State Spots= 95 (82%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.66
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 20/20
•   Tuition= $196,000
                  Pittsburgh
•   Pittsburgh, PA
•   Applicants= 2,460
•   Total Spots= 80
•   Out of State Spots= 44 (55%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.66
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19.4/19.6
•   Tuition= $154,000
                    Temple
•   Philadelphia, PA
•   Applicants= 4393
•   Total Spots= 127
•   Out of State Spots= 66 (52%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.46
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19.3/19.7
•   Tuition= $172,000
                      Tufts
•   Boston, MA
•   Applicants= 4524
•   Total Spots= 175
•   Out of State Spots= 145 (83%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.45
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19/19
•   Tuition= $182,000
               North Carolina
•   Chapel Hill, NC
•   Applicants= 1364
•   Total Spots= 81
•   Out of State Spots= 12 (15%)
•   Avg GPA= 3.52
•   Avg DAT/PAT= 19/19
•   Tuition= $156,000
    Back to the Basics

The following slides are
some basic questions we
 discussed involving the
     cornerstones of
        Dentistry
What is Dentistry?
Who is a Dentist?
                   A Dentist is…
•   1st and foremost a Doctor   •   Educator
•   Artist                      •   Lab technician
•   Architect                   •   Licensed Professional
•   Engineer                    •   Social Light
•   Physicist                   •   Community Leader
•   Businessman/woman           •   Listener
•   Service Provider            •   Psychologist
•   Surgeon                     •   Lifesaver!

                                • And the list goes on!!!
Why do you want to be
     a Dentist?
How diverse is the field
of Dentistry and name
 some opportunities?
Why are you required to
       complete
service hours for dental
        school?
Where does the future
  of Dentistry lie?
     Next meeting

Monday February 22nd 6pm
Back in Postle Room 1188

				
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