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    what limitations do I have on practicing medicine if i graduate from auc?

    it seems as though if you plan on practicing in Cali, attend AUC...otherwise look at other carrib schools as well...

    I am from teh east coast and find that many east coast ppl are attending sgu or ross...why is this? I am considering auc for it's living conditions compared to ross...but i don't want it to bite me in the a** when i graduate and not be able to practice where I want to...could be east coast west coast or wherever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggy411
    what limitations do I have on practicing medicine if i graduate from auc?

    Only those that you impose on yourself.


    it seems as though if you plan on practicing in Cali, attend AUC...otherwise look at other carrib schools as well...
    There are 4 schools that allow Cali

    I am from teh east coast and find that many east coast ppl are attending sgu or ross...why is this? I am considering auc for it's living conditions compared to ross...but i don't want it to bite me in the a** when i graduate and not be able to practice where I want to...could be east coast west coast or wherever.
    All 4 allow 50 states, but each school has representation clustered in certain areas.

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