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Discussion in 'General International Discussion' started by rehabie, Apr 24, 2000.

  1. rehabie

    rehabie Junior Member

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    Hi all.

    I am a student from Canada, and I am thinking about going down to caribean to study medicine. I was wondering if anyone has any adivce for me on what problem I might encounter and what is required to go to there. (my GPA is 3.3 and MCAT 21)

    Any response is greately appreciated.

    Rehabie
     
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  3. Carbon Klein

    Carbon Klein Senior Member

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    With a 3.3 GPA, you're right in the correct range to get into a Caribbean school, but a 21 MCAT seems low. However, that doesn't mean that they won't accept you. Before you do head to an offshore school, take a look at my webpage to find out what procedures you must go through to get a residency in the US after finishing in a non-LCME approved school. I don't know what procedures are needed to do a residency in Canada, but I can't imagine that it's easy to achieve.

    If you want an idea of what St George's and Grenada is like, check out my post on this site under the heading St George's. Or feel free to email me. I love talking about the Caribbean life and the experiences I've had.
     

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