Puerto Rico is for vacation not a dental school educationThere is not a lot of information about the Puerto Rican Dental School that I have been able to find but it is my understanding that they accept about 5 students from the US every year... Has anyone applied and if so have they heard back or interviewed?
How ignorant!! what's better than studying by the beachPuerto Rico is for vacation not a dental school education
I think it will be very hard to validate your license to study in other states.. I THINK?
Do you think the classes are taught in spanish? is that reason why they require applicants to know spanish? I think validating license can be a problem if you learned everything in spanish and then you have to take boards in english. A lot of terminology used in dentistry vary in both languages! I don't know, was just an idea
Do you think the classes are taught in spanish
Not all Floridians speak Spanish either. I'm from Tallahassee and only know Spanish up to 2 semesters of college Spanish.I worked as an intern for a GPR where they attending doctors joked that the Puerto Rico grad was better than the Penn grads.
It's a good school, but I think you must speak spanish natively without exception. I could be wrong, though. For that reason they take lots of Puerto Rican people and some Floridians.