By Anonymous - 27/02/2016 09:12 - United States - San Antonio
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Sadly, this is the case with medical schools in most countries. Top doctors always make more money working in a hospital than teaching, and usually it is what they prefer to do. The richest universities get the best professors and thus the non-elite universities have to settle for what they can get.
Actually #15, here in CA you don't have to pay anything back unless you drop out of school or drop classes and have less than 10% of your original credits left. Last semester I had 14 credits all together but had to drop a 3 credit class, bringing it down to 11 credits, 10% of 14 is around 1.5 credits. I had well over that so I didn't have to pay anything back.
Where you get the information is irrelevant. As long as it's correct and helps you understand it's what matters. Boards weed out those who don't know their stuff so there's no need to worry about trusting a person like that or not. Only those with the knowledge become licensed. Still, even doctors who went to good schools and etc make terrible mistakes and bad physicians.
Unless... The morons on yahoo answers ARE your professors
That's the American public system for you (unless you go to a private college)