lmbebo said:AUC is definatly easier to get into. No interview and No mcat.
yeah, the problem with St. Matthews (and Saba, at least right now) is that you won't get a license to practice in California if you go there. Saba has applied (a several year-long process) and is having their on-site inspection next month, I understand. After that, who knows how long, or if previous graduates will be grandfathered.AmericanIMG said:i personally like AUC over Ross, because it is a great place to live. A cousin of mine will be an MS2 there next semester and he loves St Marteen. Both, i believe, offer US govt loans (stafford) and both i believe are expensive (AUC is more). Both are also exceptional schools and part of the big five - AUC, St George, Ross, Saba, St Matthews. check out St Matthews, they are in Cayman and they offer a MD/Masters in Health Service Admin dual degree program which i am going to be starting in a month or so. One year in Cayman, one year in Standish, Maine, then clinicals. StMatthews.edu.
by the way i am from Los Angeles, a cali kid like you
Is that about the MCAT or the interview?exigente chica said:Mann...why...