SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi I am in an bad situtation. I began med school in canada in 2008. I did fine. I skipped a few classes here and there, but passed each year. I wrote the canadian licensing exam MCCQE in my final year and passed. I had a residency lined up. In fourth year I applied to graduate after completing my electives. I was a week short of the required amount to graduate so technically I was not able to. But the school offered to graduate me and I remained silent. I was so close to graduation I did not think it would matter. Two days before graduation the school contacted me to inform me that I was being investigated for fraud. I was investigated, found guilty, and based upon the few absences I had in 2010, they decided to dismiss me. It was awful. I lawyered up. Appealed. Failed. Appealed at senate level. Failed. My lawyer informs me that there are no legal options. The school threw the book at me for my first and only breach of professionalism. Worse, on what was supposed to be the greatest day of my life, turned out to be the worst. And I have lost my career and 7 years of my life. I agree, what I did was bad. But this was too much. I am looking to complete my education in the carribean. I understand that some schools will accept transfers. I am not sure of what they will think of my transcript which now reads ' Expelled - Disciplinary' Do I have any hope. Any schools that are more likely to be compassionate?