An e-mail from an old student
I am currently writing you from the Caribbean island of Dominica, where I am taking a break from Medical Biochemistry. I was accepted almost immediately to Ross University, and took it. I can not thank you enough for your help in getting me here. I’ll spend the next year and a half here on Dominica, and then return to the states to do my rotations.
Seriously, you were fantastic. They were impressed with my credentials and my recommendations and offered me a spot one week after the interview. Faced with transplanting my family and having to face another year on a wait list, I chose the former. [SNIP] Anyway, my stories from your class are gaining notariety, and I even had my now-useless cell-phone to show everyone the pictures I took the day you handcuffed everyone.
[SNIP] now I can show this school how well I can handle the subject matter. Gross Anatomy is really easy so far, and they take a whole year to do what I had to accomplish in a single semester. I plan on knocking the USMLE I out of the park on the first try,