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Discussion in 'Canada' started by Chrstnearroyo, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Chrstnearroyo

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    Hello I'm a licensed medical technologist in the philippines and I had my credentials evualuated by WES. I graduated from a university with a bachelor of science in medical technology but the Canadian equivalency for that is only secondary school diploma. My gpa is 3.2. I'm going to take MCAT next next month: What should I do to be able to apply for medical schools here in canada with my educational background?


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  2. DOfromCanada

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    Canada accepts almost no international students to it medical schools. The country only has something like 16 medical schools. In addition, Canadians with high MCATS and gpas have a hard time of getting in. I would consider US medical schools. I'm a Canadian and it was easier for me to get interviews at US medical schools than Canadian med schools
     
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    Hi thanks for your reply. So are you going to study in the US then? I just don't think I could move there. But anyway I'll try my luck first here in Canada and if not I'll just enroll myself in master's degree and improve my current career.
     

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