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Discussion in 'General International Discussion' started by BmwParamedic, Sep 25, 2002.
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? Are you an older student or is there some other mitigating factor(s)?
Agree with Skip. This is very good advice.
I understand that you and your boyz wanna stay close, but you're gonna face an uphill battle if you choose the Caribbean route so quickly. Check it out...
Good luck with whatever it is you choose .
So...what's the hurry??
The above advise is good, even for a Californian, where there is extra tough competition.
good advice I think i'll apply to St.Matthews just as a back up also do most med school require you to have a BS in the US unlike foreign med school that just want 90 units?
Good luck, whatever you chose, Josh.
One more thing, and very important:
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; St. Mat has NOT to date.
So, do your research well before making a move in regard to any non-US school. If you do a search here at SDN on the International Forums with the word "California," some info from past posts should turn up that might be a good starting point. Best to you, SE.
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!
Yes, Pursuing, it is: