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Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 1, 1902.
To the Editor:
—We have read with approval your editorial entitled "A Higher Standard of Entrance to Ohio Medical Schools" on page 1326 of The Journal of Nov. 22, 1902, but we wish to call your attention to an error which we find in the last paragraph of this editorial. The paragraph referred to reads as follows:It is not to be expected that any new methods will be perfect from the first, and the present defects in the Ohio system, the lack of uniformity of examinations by the different examiners, for example, are only the temporary imperfections of a new machine that will be remedied by time and use.We beg to take exceptions to the statement that there is a lack of uniformity in the examinations for entrance to medical colleges in the State of Ohio. The questions used in the examinations in
Coleman NR, Winders F. A Higher Standard of Entrance to Ohio Medical Schools.. JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(23):1470–1471. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480490042013
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