[FONT=바탕]Hi,. [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]After reading lots and lots of interesting and useful threads, I would like to ask for your help in guiding me. I am a senior highschool student, and at the moment I have a choice to study in USA, Canada, and UK. . [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]I am tempted to study in UK since you get direct admission to medical school unlike America where you have to study 4 years undergraduate. However, after reading many posts I heard that UK is one of the most strictest countries in giving breathing space for IMG students. [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]Therefore, I would like to pour down my thoughts and ask for you wisdom . [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]First of all is America is definitely more difficult in getting admitted to the medical school. However, is it easier to pass the residency and succeed in becoming a specialist? Also I read that you can actually transfer from UK to an American medical school? If that.[FONT=바탕]s correct would that be a good strategy? And also which universities offer such transfers?. [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]Secondly, I heard that it is easy to become a Canadian resident. If I come to Canada as an IMG, can I get the residence and hold the Canadian citizenship in few years time? If this is possible, I think this is an advantage to becoming a specialist or consultant etc. [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]Lastly, which country has the most promising curriculum for residency? UK is definitely on the bottom list for having new rules and etc.. [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]So. [FONT=바탕] I have shared what.[FONT=바탕]s buzzing around my mind. What would be your advice for me to become a doctor? What should be my strategy? Where should I study? What should I do? Which is the shortcut?. [FONT=바탕] . [FONT=바탕]I appreciate your time in reading this post. Thank you!.