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Discussion in 'General International Discussion' started by kkim00, 07.23.00.

  1. kkim00

    kkim00 New Member

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    hi, i am just wondering if any kind of difficulty of getting into med school will occur when finishing pre-med courses at the university in New Zealand. i am aiming for u.s. med school after my BSc degree. please, tell me how i should prepare for u.s. med school admission process. thank you very much.

     
  2. Hirurg

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    Foreign premed work will be counted by some schools and not by others. My advice is try schools that are not part of AMCAS first. also Johns Hopkins takes foreign credits. However, most schools will require you to have at least a year of US educational experience in any subjects.

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