What scores can you get and go to the Caribbean?

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  1. jlsrn

    jlsrn Senior Member

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    Hi,

    What kind of scores can you get on the MCAT, and get into St.Georges in the Carribean? Thanks in advance for any info.
     
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    All caribbeans schools, SGU included, are flexible on the MCAT scores. SGU averages between 8-9 on each section, but you can bet there is a wide rage to this number. Much of the same can be said for other caribbean schools like Ross. Also, there are schools like AUC or SABA that don't require the MCAT as a part of the admissions process. All-in-all, if you apply to a couple schools, it's highly likely you'll get into one of them as long as you have a GPA around 3.0. SGU is the most competitive and most respected of all caribbean schools. There is roughly 1 seat for every 8 applicants, thus making admissions competitive.
     

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