Not trying to troll here or to get flamed. For the caribbean schools, I think that Saba, Ross, and SGU are the top 3...at least, these are the ones that I hear (and i myself considered) about the most, be it from peers or posters at school. Now, I know that the clerkship years are done at US hospitals and that most graduates match into US residencies. My first question is: do all graduates pretty much match into US programs or is there a percentage of students who go unmatched (by that I mean, higher than normal b/c even at US schools, there's always a % of unmatched students) My 2nd question: are there huge differences b/w the top 3 schools and the other caribbean schools? do the other caribbean schools give you the same shot as the top 3 at US programs? Are there other schools that also have their clerkships done at US hospitals? Finally - if there are many many international schools - australia, ireland, and caribbean being the most popular 2nd chance areas - are there usually enough residency spots for all img's to match into? I guess my overlying question is: Because there are tons of intl school's out there that serve as 2nd chance schools, will one be taking a risk by going to a less reputable school?