Hi All, I am new to this website and have found it TREMENDOUSLY helpful in regards to helping me come up with a plan to raise my low MCAT score. So, I would like to ask a few questions on this board to see if I can get some guidance. I am 30 years old and have my 4 year degree in Kinesiology (2006). After working in a hospital for a handful of years, I decided to go back to school and take the necessary pre-reqs for the MCAT and medical school. I work in one of the most medically underserved areas in the country and have also spent months working in the East African bush/villages (Tanzania and Uganda). So, I have a strong desire to pursue a career in International Medicine, specifically in the 3rd world. My question is......what is the best route to go about doing this? is it best to go the US medical school/residency route and then join an organization that does international work? or is it best to look at international medical schools? I speak english, french, and spanish.......though I am 100 percent certain I could not understand medical school lessons in french or spanish lol. Thanks in advance!