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    Isw it too late to apply for the may semester?

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    applying

    I wouldnt think it would be too late but I would try and get ur app in soon. We had a very large class in May so you may want to do it soon. I think my whole process from applying to getting accepted took about 1 month maybe a little longer, and it was over Christmas.

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    may

    hi,
    i don't think it should be too late. I am interviewing for it next week and I asked them if thats too late and they said "not at all" so just get ur app in asap.

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    Not to late

    No, I don't think it is too late because I know people that are still applying now for it. Ross said that it is good to apply 3 months prior to entrance so you should be fine if you are doing it now. Don't wait till end of Feb. or March.

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    not to late

    If you definatly plan on going to a foreign medical school you may want to get your passport now if you dont already have it. The process of applying, interviewing, acceptance will take a few weeks and this takes time out of preparing to leave. a passport is a major part of the visa and it will probably take the longest amount of time to get if you dont have one. I interviewed in November for the May class and people at my interview were still interviewing for the January class. At that time there were still spots for the January class so you shouldnt have a problem getting into the May class based on those stats.

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    May admission

    My daughter applied in Feb., interviewed in March, was accepted in April, and on the island in May. That was in 2003, so things may have changed. I have invited the Dean of Admissions for Ross to answer your question. Best of luck.
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    I encourage any prospective students to apply for our May semester if they can be prepared to move quickly in their preparations for the move to Dominica. We are one of the few Caribbean schools offering a May semester starting class, and there is adequate time to process your application, schedule the interview, and get a decision from the admissions committee. Obviously, the quicker one does this, the better.

    For those of you who are able to move the process along quickly, the May class is a distinct advantage. We DO NOT anticipate filling a May class start, so there is no threat of being placed on a wait-list, as will likely be the case with the September class. Our September class applications, and acceptances are currently SIGNIFICANTLY ahead of last year. I expect a large class, and a wait-list for the September term.

    In anticipation of the question, “is it easier to get accepted in May?” The word easier is difficult to define. We have no specific cut-offs (GPA’s, pre-rec GPA’s, or MCATS) for admission to Ross University. We do our very best to try to evaluate each student on his or her individual merits. Our mission is to give a prospective physician with the requisite abilities, the opportunity to prove himself or herself. Yes, average GPA’s and average MCAT’s for recent classes have been rising, but that is primarily due to increased application flow and interest in Ross University. Obviously, if we have available seats, we would be more likely to give a marginal student the opportunity to prove themselves.

    I wish all of you the very best of luck as you move toward your dream of becoming a physician. And, I promise you from the application processing aspect, we will move your May class application quickly through the system.
    Richard Woodward, MBA
    Vice President Enrollment Management
    Dean of Admissions
    Ross University School of Medicine
    Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine

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