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    amn723 is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Many questions?

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    About what percent of the class are US citizens?

    What are the realistic chances of obtaining residency in US?

    USMLE scores for this school?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    the first class has not graduated yet, it will graduate by the end of the year and thats when u can find out the USMLE scores BUT the residencey obtaining stuff would be pretty much the same as every other caribbean school?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khsyed View Post
    BUT the residencey obtaining stuff would be pretty much the same as every other caribbean school?!
    What do you mean by obtaining stuff? I am assuming you mean chances...in that case it helps if you have graduated from a more established school though that is not the primary factor. Your primary factors are your USMLE marks and to some degree the level of education you receive and the effectiveness of the profs only helps better your chances of doing well.

    Though I must admit that I did apply and was accepted in Xavier but that was out of ignorance. I did 0 research and had little to no info on caribbean med schools. Now having done some research, I personally wouldn't invest money knowing that it will be quite a risk(seeing that there are no stats available). But if you have no other choice, by all means apply to Xavier. It doesn't mean you can't still be a doctor. Just work hard.

    You must also understand that you will not be able to get a license in any state you choose going to Xavier or most of the other carib. schools for that matter. But you can still obtain a license in most states.
    Last edited by ind3r; 08-19-2007 at 04:24 PM.
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