I'm recently accepted to Saba, but I have a few questions. I know this topic must have been discussed before - but they're all a few years old..so I'm opening it up again.
From what I've been reading from ValueMD forums is that many of the Carib schools accept many more students than they can possibly have clinical spots for, knowing that 1/2 of them will fail out. And you really got to be tough enough to fight through. Is that true?
The only thing that's sort of "lacking" from my medical school application is my low MCAT score, which is preventing me from US medical schools. My GPA is not like a 4.0, but it's not bad either...enough to get me into a US medical school (going from averages).
I know I will have to work very hard in the Carib, or even any medical school for that matter, but those that do put in the time and effort -- do they do well/pass at Saba? Or do even the brightest fail out? This is a really big concern for me, as I think it would be for many other medical students who did not get accepted in the US.
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