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    Failed medical school spoils students' dreams

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    That's horrible and unfortunately it goes on in carib med schools as well.A lot of students are naive. Its important that they do as much research as possible before attending these schools.I went to a carib school which was nowhere near as bad as these diploma mills.Things worked out ok but if I had the chance to do it again I would have chosen an alternative route.
    Well, he's had it in for me ever since I "kinda" ran over his dog. Actually, replace "kinda" with "repeatedly," and replace "dog" with "son."

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    concern

    The article sort of suggests that some degrees were sold. Wonder how the state medical boards will handle that when the 'grads' try and license?

    Looks like the Pharmacy folks already figured out their response.

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    That's horrible and unfortunately it goes on in carib med schools as well.A lot of students are naive. Its important that they do as much research as possible before attending these schools.I went to a carib school which was nowhere near as bad as these diploma mills.Things worked out ok but if I had the chance to do it again I would have chosen an alternative route.
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    Yeah carib schools vary from reputable ones to diploma mills.The diploma mills are exactly that, its as bad and illegal as it gets.Schools like that ruin it for the ones that have built a solid educational system.
    Well, he's had it in for me ever since I "kinda" ran over his dog. Actually, replace "kinda" with "repeatedly," and replace "dog" with "son."

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    Red Flags

    The first Red flag is the president of the medical school is a registered nurse. Give me a break!

    Nurses wipe butts,
    Doctors inspect them and
    Caribbean Medical School Presidents.............sodomize them.

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    residencies

    Believe it or not there are residents from this school in family practice so much for due diligence on the programs part just filling empty slots

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    The first Red flag is the president of the medical school is a registered nurse. Give me a break!

    Nurses wipe butts,
    Doctors inspect them and
    Caribbean Medical School Presidents.............sodomize them.
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    my favorite part is that degrees are printed "in escrow" for all students who register..and the wnabe pharmacisit pays in cash? cant make this stuff up
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    Nice information

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    Any last words of advice?

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    i think researching the schools is the best option followed by any recent graduates' feedback of pros and cons. the article is a good warning.

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