Reviews of MUSC James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine (College)

173 Ashley Ave, Charleston, SC 29425, United States Located in: Medical University of South Carolina

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REVIEWS OF MUSC James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine IN South Carolina

samantha thompson

The best experience I've had with dentist by far!! The students are so happy to help and gain hands on experience and the doctors/dentist in charge are all there making sure it's done correctly!

Aleyia Murray

I went in at 9:45 for walk ins. That was the FIRST AND LAST TIME. The front receptionist explained to me that it would be $70 for the exam and $83 for the teeth pulling. I said “I’ll pay for them if I’m able to get both today because my face was SWOLLEN” the receptionist said they would. Once I got to the student doctors to do the exam they finished that and took me up to the 2nd floor. He spoke with the receptionist and they sat me in the waiting room at 10:30 and left me there. At 12:15 i asked what was going on and a lady said that everyone had went to lunch and someone took me off the list so I had been sitting there for nothing. She said I could sit there until 1:40 but at this point I was ready to go because i had to be to work soon. This was the worse experience ever. The receptionist went to lunch at 11:30 and didn’t come back until 1

Wayne tray

MUSC since its inception has dismissed hundreds of students for reporting cheating. They have a responsibility to treat their students equitably, but they cannot because they have many children of alumni, of ties to the school, and those from wealth, who cannot pass their course work without the school giving them the actual tests for the upcoming exams or the teaching taking their Fs and giving them great passing grades. When I was a student they had a letter grade and a class ranking system. The professors had a very generous grading curve for pretty white females and other privileged students. To make matter worse, the teachers put other students within the same program in charge of the labs and tests, stupid! These students are in their early twenties being in charge of the testing, inviting them to give the actual tests to their friends for the upcoming exams. This puts other students at an unfair advantage. In some other classes, it was fairer! No one had the actual tests. The same students who had the actual tests for other classes would make Fs and the teachers would use a very generous grading curve, giving them a much better grade than someone who passed their class. Also pretty white females would make many Fs, and the teachers implemented their very generous grading curves for them, giving them better grades than many of the students who passed. The school brags that is the tradition of the school! It is just the way things are done around there. I had a private conversation about the cheating and unfairness with the school officials. At that time MUSC had a letter grading and class ranking system. Many of the students should not be there to begin with, but their elite status got them into the school. Refer to USC. What did the school do? The school went on to brag that this is the way they operate, even threatening me, saying If I mentioned this to anyone they will give me Fs in all of my subjective grading classes. I said ok, walking out, realizing the school has a long rich history of corruptness and unfairness, threatening students when reporting cheating or unfairness, as required but the honor code. The school threats are not in vain. The school officials will conspire with the student’s professor to make sure that they give him Fs in all of his subjective grading classes. That student will be the only one to receive Fs, while all of the white privileged students will make many Fs and be given great passing grades. I had obeyed the threat. What did the school do? I had two subjective grading classes that semester and the teachers were ordered to give me Fs, even though my work was better than many other students but I still finished the semester with a gpa of a b, but it would have been an A+ if the school had given me the same curves they used for other students. In fact one teacher confessed my test average was an A, but he still gave me a F for the class. How sad! This is MUSC! Many other students made Fs on non subjective grading courses, but they were all given great passing grades. Out of the many Fs that students made, all of the other students were given great passing grades, but the teachers went after me for reporting my concerns, giving me the only F in my class for something based on subjective grading. I went to the dean and assistant dean to discuss the cheating scandal. What did the dean do? They formed a committee without giving me any type of due process of law, voting me out for having characteristics which seem inappropriate. See the attached letter. The reason they gave me Fs was that they had to find some characteristic which seem inappropriate so they could have a vote. The school goes on to brag I did not get dismissed for academics but for reporting cheating. See the second attachment. They brag this is the same way they dismiss all of their students to have a secret vote without inviting them.

Shelby Berry

Very friendly staff

Haiwen Zhang

JODY RICHBURG

Nancy Vondra

Excellent program and staff

Susan Gurry

Judith Heustein

Dr Renne is excellent thank you

wd travis

MUSC gives certain students, depending upon their ties to the school, the actual tests for the upcoming exams. Many of the professors use different grading schemes. I mentioned my concerns about their behavior to the school officials that it was not fair. If a non privileged student reports cheating or unfair treatment, the faculty will give him Fs in all of his subjecting grading classes, having a vote to dismiss him for exhibiting characteristics which seem inappropriate. To make matters worse, the school will hold the vote in private, neither informing him of any upcoming vote, nor explaining to him which characteristics he has that seems inappropriate. They did this to me, but I still finished the semester with a B average, even after not receiving the generous grading curves used for other students, nor the actual tests for the upcoming exams as many other students had. They deny students of their constitutional rights of due process of law. The school brags that their standard way to dismiss students for non academic reasons is to hold a meeting and vote them out without any due process of law. The federal local judges in South Carolina are corrupt, being in bed with the school, praising them for not adhering to our nation's laws! The judges who will not enforce our nation's law will be rewarded by the state of South Carolina. In fact, the state allowed a corrupt federal judge to establish a law school, pocketing millions of dollars. The school and the federal court have a "pay for play scheme: If you refuse to not honor our nation's laws and allow MUSC to trample over our student's constitutional rights, we will reward you financially". The school takes very good care of some selected students: pretty white women and those from wealth, by using different grading schemes and allowing them to cheat. Amazingly, the school will not fail them, no matter how many Fs they make. Instead their generous grading scheme will allow them to finish their courses with a better grade than someone who studies and prepares himself well for his course work. Another scheme the school employs is by rewarding those "special students who make low Fs on their tests a retake. Their retake is a joke. The school cannot fail these special students, those from wealth and pretty white women. Most likely, they will be given the actual tests with the answers marked, making it not fair for those students who studied and applied themselves hard. Thus, the school is so criminally corrupt that if a non privileged student says anything about their corruptness, they will ignore our nation's laws and vote him out for having some unknown characteristic which seems inappropriate. Please note, as I found out as a student, some of us because we are not their privileged white wealthy students will not be afforded the extra benefits the school offers to those privileged students. The privileged students know the school officials will protect them, so they abuse the system, knowing that once they have been admitted to the school they will be given special treatment, which is not offered to non privileged students. The non privileged student has to study around the clock, making good grades, hoping a professor would not intentionally give him a F in a subjecting grading class, because he is not one of the "good Ole boys". In short, it could be argued that the school accepts bribes from their alumni. Is what I noticed as a student, the school gives special treatment to the children from alumni of the medical school. Many of them will give money to the school when their child is a student, allowing him to make Fs in his course work with no repercussions. Thus I argue the school itself has a pay for play scheme to protect some of the privileged white students, not made available to all students.

Donna Mulholland

I have received ONLY the BEST care at MUSC for several serious medical matters. From ovarian cancer surgery & chemo with follow up office visits, thorasic spinal meningioma (begign), kidney stones, and hypothyroid care. I have had EXCEPTIONAL care by physicians, nurses & staff. I highly recommend MUSC but their ER is always packed so go to a local ER (EXCEPT Trident, do NOT go to Trident) and be transferred to MUSC if necessary.

don critzman

Geniene Olson

Ashlina Chin

d tray

MUSC since its inception has dismissed hundreds of students for reporting cheating. They have a responsibility to treat their students equitably, but they cannot because they have many children of alumni, of ties to the school, and those from wealth, who cannot pass their course work without the school giving them the actual tests for the upcoming exams or the teaching taking their Fs and giving them great passing grades. When I was a student they had a letter grade and a class ranking system. The professors had a very generous grading curve for pretty white females and other privileged students. To make matter worse, the teachers put other students within the same program in charge of the labs and tests, stupid! These students are in their early twenties being in charge of the testing, inviting them to give the actual tests to their friends for the upcoming exams. This puts other students at an unfair advantage. In some other classes, it was fairer! No one had the actual tests. The same students who had the actual tests for other classes would make Fs and the teachers would use a very generous grading curve, giving them a much better grade than someone who passed their class. Also pretty white females would make many Fs, and the teachers implemented their very generous grading curves for them, giving them better grades than many of the students who passed. The school brags that is the tradition of the school! It is just the way things are done around there. I had a private conversation about the cheating and unfairness with the school officials. At that time MUSC had a letter grading and class ranking system. Many of the students should not be there to begin with, but their elite status got them into the school. Refer to USC. What did the school do? The school went on to brag that this is the way they operate, saying If I mentioned this to anyone they will give me Fs in all of my subjective grading classes. I said ok, walking out, realizing the school has a long rich history of this behavior, not liking when students report cheating or unfairness, as required but the honor code.

jane cottingham

Smart respectful pros !! All went very well .. thank you!

Author Tylera McIntear

Awesome staff!

W V Ellison

I needed extensive work and could not afford my local dentist. The dental school has a program you apply for and if accepted agree to allow 3rd year students to work on you with supervision of faculty. It will work better for locals than long distance, but I am proof that the distance is possible. Nine months and I am thrilled with the results. Best of all is the financial savings, about 1/3 of my local dentist with excellent results and I helped a student with hands on experience. My one dislike was the first few visits. X-rays, cleaning, and items that would be handled in a single visit at a local dentist required 3 separate trips. I knew this when I signed up but it was inconvenient. I would gladly do the same thing again.

Diana McDonald

Took my Mom to the walk in clinic yesterday. They addressed the issue and will be returning for further treatment. We were both so happy with the assistance and care they showed to both of us. Very Happy!!!

Marcus Quarles

Vivian Porter

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