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Minimum Qualifications for Caribbean Schools? Ross, SGU, American, SABA, etc.

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Ozymandias

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I am just wondering if there are any users out there who have a good idea about the minimum requirements for admission into Ross, or some other Caribbean school for Jan. or May 2003 admission? With a 2.8 undergrad, and 29 on the MCAT, I can't really hope for US admissions, so I am resigned to overseas schools (a healthy mindset at this point, methinks).

However, I'm getting concerned that my numbers may be too low for admission even in Ross, although my record is filled with volunteer and clinical experience, and good recommendations. I was planning to retake the MCAT this Sat., but honestly, I don't know how much that will help me at this point, unless I'll definitely need it to ensure that I'll get into a school overseas!

Any Ross or other Caribbean students/applicants out there that can help me out? Realistic advice is helpful, but so is sympathy. :p

Thanks a lot... Good luck to all those who are preparing for the weekend!
 
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A friend of mine had a similar GPA and even a lower MCAT and is attending Ross right now. He entered a while ago, so its possible that it changed a bit, but I think you should be able to get into Ross. Actually I think you may be able to get into all the carib. meds except for perhaps St. Georges. From what I hear, that one is a bit harder, but I don't know if that is really true, can't hurt to apply to that one too.

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Closing this thread as I've moved an identical one to the International Forum (cross-posting IS a violation of the SDN User TOS).
 
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