What schools in the caribbean have the lowest attrition?
What schools in the caribbean have the lowest percentage pass rates for classes?
Do any caribbean schools grade with pass/fail?
Reasons for questions: recently came across someone online with a 3.75 undergrad from california that decided to go to the caribbean because she thought it was a quick solution. She had I believe a 20 even MCAT after retaking the test. She claimed that she wish she had attended St. George's or another school, and instead attended and failed Ross, which she claimed had high attrition. Also, some schools I hear have around 75 percent to pass. I know for instance Loma Linda in the states is 65 percent, and I bet countless others have lower pass requirements. I would assume osteopathic schools would have similar standards.
My guess is that St. George's and AUC have the lowest attrition rates. AUC I never seem to read much bad stuff about it. Also a professor at my university has a degree from AUC and was able to get into really good rotations and residency, which was connected to her undergrad that was on campus at a prestigious medical school.
I myself am working towards the US only, but have been curious about the caribbean.