I've been out of school for some years and now i've decided to go back and complete my education. I graduated from high school in 1994 and did my 3rd year of a 4 year Kinesiology University degree in 1997, took a year off and never went back. I was not very focused so i had mess up my 3rd year so if i go back, i'll have to repeat the 3rd year. I am very interested in studing medicine and specializing in sports medicine. I've decided to apply to SABA, SAINT JAMES SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, XAVIER UNIVERSITY, ASUM AND WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, all in the caribbean. My problem now is that where ever i get accepted, i'll have to take the premed coarses because i don't have a my bachelor degree. My question is, would it be better to go back to university and finish the 2 years of my kinesiology degree or should i just do the premed programs. I know that the premed programs may be more expensive than the canadian university program, however i read somewhere( can't remember where) that classes at these professional med schools are smaller than university lecture stadiums and so you have more one to one time/attention with the teachers. Also, because it's a premed coarse it may be more medically directed than the kinesiology coarses and i wouldn't have to take any unnecessary coarses. I may be talking trash but that's why i'm asking for opinions. Any medical personelles/student who has an opinion on my concern, please feel free to reply. Time is running out for me. Thanks.