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Good Colleges for Pre-Dental

I am currently in the process of researching and selecting colleges that offer pre-dentistry programs. I am looking for colleges that have a strong reputation in the field of pre-dentistry and have a curriculum that provides me with a solid foundation in the subject. Additionally, I would prefer colleges that offer hands-on training and practical experience through internships or clinical programs. It would also be helpful if the colleges have a good track record of their graduates getting accepted into dental schools. If anyone has any recommendations to share, I would greatly appreciate it.

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5 months ago

I know someone who attend Lehigh University but Lehigh has very difficult programs. Some people I know had to transfer out because it was too wearying and demmanding. Also very expensive!

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5 months ago[edited]

Some suggested online were Auburn University, Eastern University, James Madison university, University of Wisconsin - lacrosse, John Hopkins university, Marquette University, Oregon state university, UCLA, University of Texas at Arlington, & Michigan state university. College of the Ozarks

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