Yes, there are certainly easy entrance medical schools... but that doesn't make the actual practice of medicine any easier.
If the school sucks (and let's be honest, "easy entrance" medical schools will almost always suck at teaching), and if you are not willing or able to put the time and effort into mastering the material yourself, you will either 1) not be able to work as a doctor after you graduate, or 2) somehow actually be able to work as a doctor, and you will kill people.
If you don't want to take an entry test, and you are already failing the entry test in your home country, how do you know that you have the ability to successfully study and practice medicine? I don't mean that in a harsh way, but it's important to be very critical and honest in considering medicine as a career.
There are tons of schools listed on VMD and elsewhere, and I am sure that you can find one that will take your money. Finding a school like that is not the determining factor in what will make you a good physician or not, though, remember that. Good luck to you...
"To array a man's will against his sickness is the supreme art of medicine."
- Henry Ward Beecher