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  1. Areola

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    I'll help anyone who wants to go to this school. I'm a student government adviser.
     
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  3. Doctor Bob

    Doctor Bob EM/CC 7+ Year Member

    What is the rejection rate for applicants?
     
  4. tiedyeddog

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    What is the match rate? Average indebtedness?
     
  5. Areola

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    ~30% for direct admission to SOM. But the people rejected tend to be offered either MPH/MD, Post-Bacc to admission or Foundations in Medicine which is like a semester long SMP but not worth a degree like MPH is.

    Based on NRMPs charting there is a 67% match rate for Grenada, however, SGU posts all residency appointments for each semester for the past 15 years on their website, the figures are above 70% if you know how many people were in that semester graduating:

    http://www.sgu.edu/alumni/student-profile-alumni-residency-appointments.html?NS_cid=965
     
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    How does that "67% match rate" compare to the class size that you started with?
     
  7. Muffinho

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    I'm guessing something like 35% of the people who start studying medicine at SGU go on to match.
     

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