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    rejected from saba... do i have a chance

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    i got refused at Saba (main reasons never took the mcat and english my second language) do i have a chance on getting to MUA?
    really need yur help on this one guys...

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    Quote Originally Posted by torontoteam View Post
    i got refused at Saba (main reasons never took the mcat and english my second language) do i have a chance on getting to MUA?
    really need yur help on this one guys...
    The easiest way to find out is to apply.

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    You need to take the MCAT.

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    I agree; take the mcat. it depends on your application.

    simply put, yes there is a chance you can get accepted to MUA when not being accepted to Saba. Only way to find out is to apply or speak to the admissions advisor.

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    Definitely take the MCAT.

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    thanks guys! but if by a miracle i get accept to MUA but not in the med program but in the premed one should i consider the offer or just take the mcat and apply at the big 4 med Caribbean schools? than
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    Take the MCAT, apply to the big four, and don't ever consider a pre-med program in the Caribbean. There is no reason for you to waste money, time, or energy, doing pre-med classes in the Caribbean. The last thing I would even consider doing is MERP if given by Ross or AUC after taking the MCAT. MERP is free if you don't pass and it is state side.
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    I do agree in what you said! but is it more guaranteed to go to premed so youll have more chance going to med after instead of ...study for the mcat... have your score... and "possibly" get accepted by a big 4 med school...the big waste is the money i agree but the premed actually prepare you for the med program so is it really a waste of time an energy? i just want to know what you think about that.... but again you have a big point!!!

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    Take the MCAT and get a good score. Apply to the Big 4 .
    Pre-med is a waste of money and time, imho.
    Spend that time studying for your MCAT and you will see good results.
    Last edited by Paleo2015; 10-16-2015 at 10:15 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by torontoteam View Post
    I do agree in what you said! but is it more guaranteed to go to premed so youll have more chance going to med after instead of ...study for the mcat... have your score... and "possibly" get accepted by a big 4 med school...the big waste is the money i agree but the premed actually prepare you for the med program so is it really a waste of time an energy? i just want to know what you think about that.... but again you have a big point!!!
    I don't know anyone who has gone to the Caribbean for pre-med and then the medical school. I have heard of these type of programs but all I can say is be wary of them. It's a risk to attend Caribbean schools even the Big 4. Getting your pre-med education there may not be the best idea. Getting a degree in your respective country may be a better idea. It can provide a safer backup if somehow Caribbean medical school doesn't work out.

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