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August 13, 1904


JAMA. 1904;XLIII(7):473. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500070033013

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We have tabulated—on pages 514 to 517 of this issue of The Journal—the reports of the state examining boards for the calendar year 1903. We consider this table well worth the careful inspection of all who are interested in the advancement of medical instruction. It is so arranged that by reading from left to right the individual medical colleges of the United States and Canada which grant degrees may be studied or comparisons readily made. It shows where the graduates of each college are locating, the number who passed (P) and failed (F) in each state, the total appearing in all states from which we have received reports, together with the totals of those who passed and failed, as well as the percentage of failures. Graduates of foreign colleges (this does not include Canada) locating in the United States are likewise shown. Reading from above downward, the figures are

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