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Aug 14, 2011
Ok so I am a Canadian citizen who has been living in the US for the past 8 years (I can't get a green card or citizenship any time soon so I'm international) I take classes at a USF in Tampa, Florida. I have about a 3.6 science gpa and a little higher overall gpa, my question is will I be able to get into any dental school in the US because I know that most public ones don't accept Canadian citizens and by no means am I one of those 4.0 perfect international students lol (could you list which schools I have the best chance of getting in, given the circumstances). Also when I see a private universities statistics for acceptance can I assume that what they list as their statistics correlate to what I need to get to get in or is that ONLY for US citizens and likely much higher gpa is required for international students?

Thank you for any help!
Feb 11, 2011
Dental Student
just "bump" the other threadSSS you made buddy. It is more efficient.
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