New York College of Podiatric Medicine Reviews

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  • New York (NY)
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  • Reviewed: 7/8/2023
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"The professionalism at this school scores extremely low. This becomes noticeable when you interact with many instructors and residents in the clinics and hospitals. A toxic learning environment comes to mind. Students are treated like dirt overall to be frank and politics/racial bias/discrimination can easily decide a performance evaluation by a third year resident making your efforts at this college pointless. I’m not even going to bother rating the school’s location or safeness/security, but if you plan on getting a residency outside of NYC then you might want to pass over this school as well. There just might not be enough residency positions available for you ( example, like back in 2012 where folks had to wait a whole year and reapply to get a residency)."
Shaina Nelson
  • Reviewed: 1/17/2014
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"The program is very good and adequately prepares one for a career in Podiatric medicine. NYCPM has a very high board passing rate as well as residency placement rate. The professors are extremely helpful and there are many extracurricular activities at the school, such as clubs and research. As a downfall, the campus is atrocious (the entire school is one single building). The area the school is located is very dirty. Lastly, the exam scheduling is extremely hectic with at least 2 exams per week, so you have almost no free time."
Mohammad Rimawi
  • Reviewed: 5/22/2013
  • Degree: Public Health
"Pros : You're learning from the best. Each instructor is efficient and reliable in the information they convey. The tuition is cheap. There are about 6 different means of transportation to get to the school. The clinical exposure is heavy. Their boards and match rate is one of, if not, the best in the nation. Cons : Living near the school can be costly. The school has no outdoor campus.The neighborhood the school is in is filthy. The library is not 24/7. There is mandatory attendance to each class."
Crystal Haskin
  • Reviewed: 12/3/2012
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"Overall training was good but I wish I received more support."