Agree with Skip. This is very good advice.Originally posted by Skip Intro
If you are just starting out at U.S. college, why not just try to crush your pre-med courses, kick the MCATs rear-end, and apply to U.S. schools?
So...what's the hurry??Originally posted by BmwParamedic
no actually i'm going to be 19 in 2 months
Yes, Pursuing, it is:Originally posted by Pursuing MD
You said: "If you intend to or think you might want to stay around in California, and if you go to a non-US med school, you MUST go to one that is pre-approved by California. Each school must go through a strenuous process to receive this..."
SGU is pre-approved by California; correct? THANKS!
http://www.sgu.edu/nhome.nsf/webcontent/0B3738FCEEDC006685256B4400757EF8?OpenDocument&top=medOur program in medicine is approved by the states of New York, New Jersey, California and Florida for clinical training of students in our clinical centers and affiliated hospitals. The School additionally has affiliation agreements and partnerships with a number of hospitals in other states and in the U.K. and has been visited and approved for Limited Registration status by the General Medical Council of Great Britain.