Which Medical School Is the Best for Me?

The best medical school in Australia depends on where you live, according to the latest National Physician Information Council survey.

The survey, conducted by medical school provider New York University, revealed that only two medical schools — New York Medical School and Columbia University Medical Center — topped the list for most satisfied residents, with the University of California at Los Angeles topping the list.

The top-rated medical school for its residents was the University at Buffalo, which came in second with a score of 82.9.

The best-performing medical school was Columbia University, which had a score around 85.

The University of Washington, which is ranked fourth in the survey, scored 78.2.

The survey was conducted in October 2016, which suggests the rankings are not based on rankings of schools’ enrolment numbers.

Instead, the survey was designed to measure the quality of medical schools.

According to the survey’s methodology, respondents were asked to rate how satisfied they were with their school and the people who lived there.

The highest-rated schools are those that provide a high level of care to its residents.

The average score was 76.2, according the survey.

It is likely that the highest-ranked schools are the ones with the best graduates.

The Survey of Medical School Attainment found that the median GPA for medical school graduates was 2.65, while the average of the highest, the highest and average scores for residents of medical school is 2.74 and 2.83 respectively.

The median student-to-teacher ratio is 3.13, the same as for the general population.

The Medical School Admission Council of Australia ranked the average scores of graduates of its medical schools, which were reported in the 2015 Medical School Graduation Survey.

It said that medical schools with high average scores were more likely to recruit graduates with the lowest grades and less likely to offer higher-paying jobs.

The same survey showed that a medical school that scored poorly on the GRE scored well in the interview.