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    Heyy guys, i jus spoke with the concerned authority of AAIMS, seems like they provide all core rotations, greenbook.!
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    Did you ask whether AAIMS has a direct affiliation contracts with these hospitals ? Some states may require this for licensure purposes.

    I am all about new schools making the difference. But would be a little sckeptical until I have all the evidence to think otherwise. The school website does not have much information on administration or clinical sites. Maybe they are working on putting together the information for public eyes.

    Either ways it is too early to tell.

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    oh yeah dr.kidd. He said he cant giv out the names of the hospitals. But they hav DIRECT AFFILIATION it seems. yeah i even read that somewhere in valuemd that its imp.
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    New Jersey what???

    New Jersey is hella strict when it comes to rotations and residency. How did a new school get that?

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    it's the first time in which I here about such a thing !!

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    I think, this is new and this school maybe different from all other caribbean schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutelilMD View Post
    New Jersey what???

    New Jersey is hella strict when it comes to rotations and residency. How did a new school get that?
    As the law stands no IMGs from schools not currently grandfathered into the previous law will be allowed to complete ANY clinical rotations in New Jersey.

    They are probably referring to using a third party company to set up rotations which is either based out of NJ or has rotations in NJ but wont be able to dispense them to this school.

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    Oh.................

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobadoc View Post


    Oh.................

    Hey tobadoc, your signature says you're 18. based on that I would like to offer you some advice. That is all this is, its just advice from someone expereinced along these lines.

    1. Finish Unndergrad. A ** or BA degree is a good thing to have
    2. Exhaust all US med school options (if you are a US citizen). It is worth every minute of studying to get into one of these institutions. There are a number of reasons why this is so, but just do a quick search on here and you'll find the answer. Main reason is that the compettion for residency is really cutthroat. Having a foreign MD (from a brand new school at that) WILL make your life that much harder. It is better to suffer through the headaches now rather than later.
    3. Do not forget DO programs.
    4. Go through the US cycle a minimum of 2 times before considering a foreign school.
    5. If need be, look only at established foreign schools with a proven track record. SGU tops the list. AUC I hear is pretty good too. You can also try you're luck with Ross and Saba. All however, require a bachelor's degree prior to matriculation.
    6. Always look at the loan options. Most students need loans, and many foreign schools only have private loans with a really high interest rate.

    That is the advice I can give you. You can chose to take it or leave, just decide wisely and really take the time to think this through. At 18, you are still young and have much to learn about these matters.

    I wish you the best,

    MD2014

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    Heyy ..thnx for this GREAT Advice...you're right..i understand.! Well m actually not a US citizen..m from India...Also technically m not a high school graduate.! I finished my high school last year and then i did one year of dentistry (its a undergrad here) ata Harvard Assoc. Univ...durin this tyme i representd my college for various national seminars and did paper presentation on Cranial nerves at a Dental council of India's diamond jubilee celebrations. I also did dissected brain out of cadavers (as dental students v study Head and neck part of anat here) many tymes.(As population is soo high in india, v hav lik 100's of cadavers in a kilometer long anat lab)..!..Also unlike US, the Indian high school covers a whole LOTT of bio,phy,chem n stuff.(my cousin finishd his high school in US, so got to knw =) - no offence). I applied for SGU's **/MD program...they accepted my into the final term of pre med. but the moneyyy is tooo much for mee. i mean if its 300k for u guys, for indians its lik 700 or 800k. We're all not rich. =)

    Based on this i thought i could manage at a med school. you thnk m wrong?!...I mean i could REALLYY use some helpp out here.

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