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    Think twice before attending this school

    I have never seen a medical school with such practises. I don't mention here the surrounding or building but the relationship administration to student.

    First of all this school is very political. We don't always have professors to teach us the subject. Some don't even know english and most are from India. When I look at it. It is obvious that these doctors they have to teach do not even have any clinical experience or qualification. Some did not even finished their medical school. Many good professors (With USMLE step 1 and 2 for a small amount step 3 in their luggage)left the school immediately after 1 semester of teaching.
    When it comes to examinations don't think that you gonna make it without injuries. A people for theirs if you understand what I mean. For example an Indian student failing a class will pass it because his Lecturer is Indian. Without mentioning the prostitution side of it...That I won't comment further. If you have intentions to transfer don't even think about it cuz the administrators will stop you by any means. Previous students did not make the task easy for those who will follow. No med schools in the world will accept your credits...My friend tried to go to another medical school and she was told that she will need to start from the beginning and get a degree as well. Premed is nonsense and of no value but to All Saints. Then try verifying your transcript to attend med school in the US or the Caribbean...you will quickly find out how the school will block your way. Add to this the intimidation and threats for even stating your intentions to transfer. If you're one day late on tuition fees your mobile will not stop ringing and your mailbox will be crowded.
    This school is heavily corrupted in every aspect of the word. So if you think that you want to attend a Ghetto school then All Saints is for you. Oh no wait a Ghetto school is much better than this mess. You will not be able to even get a residency. Just give them a call and ask them how many students doing their residency. Of course ask too , how many students transferred to another medical school.you will rapidly understand the whole thing. Not mentioning there is a safety issue and lack of standard (agression, threats and the list goes on by the school community). If you should fear something when coming to the Island then All Saints students and worst again their administration are the one you should fear. Even the local people won't send their kids to that school. If you want to be a good doctor get your premed credit from an accredited school then apply to Ross, SGU, AUA any other med school but All saints. I regretted so much the day I accepted an offer from this school. It was too good to be true. Now I am trying to get out and I can't cuz no one I repeat no one will want you.
    Now reflect on this and make up your mind. I cannot post everything about the school here cuz that will shock certain parents...
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjellyfish View Post
    Hi Mehdy, as per your post, you seem to be little unsure and a bit confused
    about the All saints school in Dominica and Aruba. Both schools have
    separate administrations and have nothing in common with them. For
    your kind information you can visit the websites of both the schools, asumaruba.org for All Saints univ. Aruba and All saints University School of Medicine Dominica, and you yourself can find the difference. This is 21st century and we are living in a technically advanced world so please go to the respective websites and try to contact the administrations of both the medical schools to get first hand information rather than imagining and writing wrong information about these schools. Please do your homework before you confuse others.
    I am not confused on the contrary you are since you do not know who are the people running your school. Obviously you will have two differents administrations running each campus unless you cut them in half to run both at the same time. Well my research is all done whereas yours is not. You're not going to tell me that Mr Y and Mr P are not the ones running both campuses in addition to other trustees from their offices in Canada. Also any student form Dominica can transfer to Aruba if they wish but the administrators won't encourage it because the Dominica campus will remain empty as everyone will run to Aruba due to them being more advanced economically...It is so easy to say that I am imagining and writing wrong info but what about you who says they are 2 different schools with the same name and in different locations does that make sense to you. Now open your eyes and think for yourself because right you're blind and confused...not me...and Mr P and Dr Y said it themselves they are the administrators of both schools. Besides the school in Dominica was still using Aruba stamps on all official documents and books with Aruba stamps as well before they got WHO listing...so that i guess you don't know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by soniaa View Post
    i dont hold any position i cant post the links , but if you google, elective rotations for international medical students for emory and mayo and hopkins and clevend clinic or vegas youll see how the procedure is so simple as long as your school is willing to do the paper work... which big schools dont since they have so much on their own hands...

    so please laugh since i am laughing at you now
    I believe there are a lot of people from this school whom do not know the difference between reality and fantasies. You mentioned in your previous post that you were certain that All Saints Students were doing rotations at these clinical sites now you're saying google it and you will find the info. Also you're now talking about electives which is different from core rotations. In your present posts you're forgot to mention the amount of All Saints graduates whom achieved such and such. Give some names or PM me with the names I am sure I can enquire from reliable sources about these exploits. That I doubt that big schools would not have time to do the paperwork for this clinical sites as money and prestige talk. They would have hired a special unit for the occasion since that would have been a huge help in advertisement for them. Why SGU, Ross, etc don't mention it. They make millions of dollars in one semester, they have the means to send their students to these places...So yes let him/her laugh and me too because there is material to laugh at you. You're way too ignorant...come with real facts then you can brag about yourself the way you do.

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    .... if you need help the registers office will answer any of your questions... also one more thing i am doing everything greenbook everything even electives and i got a nice 99 on my step I and trying my hardest for 99 on step II and 100 for EE....

    .... and for residents i would of told you but i think your so smart that with googling you can figure out your self...

    and again clinicals that my friends are doing and i have done are all greenbook and electives at emory and hopkins and vegas and Ohio took time to find and energy and extra money spending since their is hospital adminstration fee , and i am not going to give you any hintsss... sorry budddyyyyyyyyyyyyy i guesss you reallly need to transfer out , and please do it fast and i dont know who Y,P,A,D,G are but i do know who Dr YPADG are have respect
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    Quote Originally Posted by soniaa View Post
    i would of so helped you out, but since the last post you on your own.... if you need help the registers office will answer any of your questions... also one more thing i am doing everything greenbook everything even electives and i got a nice 99 on my step I and trying my hardest for 99 on step II and 100 for EE....

    halesho bebar.... and for residents i would of told you but i think your so smart that with googling you can figure out your self...

    and again clinicals that my friends are doing and i have done are all greenbook and electives at emory and hopkins and vegas and Ohio took time to find and energy and extra money spending since their is hospital adminstration fee , and i am not going to give you any hintsss... sorry budddyyyyyyyyyyyyy i guesss you reallly need to transfer out , and please do it fast and i dont know who Y,P,A,D,G are but i do know who Dr YPADG are have respect
    Wow you're a complete waiste of time...that I need it to do things that are more productive. As I said previously if people of your kind can pass step 1 then there is no reason why the dumbest person cannot. Also I am not the one who is smart here, it is you since you know it all and you got 99 on step 1...just a reminder arrogance in addition to being ignorant is not smartness check your english dicitionary again. All the best with your step 2...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehdy View Post
    Wow you're a complete waiste of time...that I need it to do things that are more productive. As I said previously if people of your kind can pass step 1 then there is no reason why the dumbest person cannot. Also I am not the one who is smart there, it is you since you know it all and you got 99 on step 1...just a reminder arrogance in addition to being ignorant is not smartness check your english dicitionary again. All the best with your step 2...

    i can bet money you wont pass you stepsss

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    please contact the school admin for more info on everything i have said

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    Quote Originally Posted by soniaa View Post
    my friends at the moment are doing clinicals in Ottawa, Toronto, Sudburryyyyy, Halifax and some other peeps from upper class at McMaster
    How are your friends currently doing clinicals in Toronto or Ottawa? The U of T doesn't accept IMGs for electives between August and December, and the U of Ottawa only takes IMGs between March and August.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mourning Cloak View Post
    How are your friends currently doing clinicals in Toronto or Ottawa? The U of T doesn't accept IMGs for electives between August and December, and the U of Ottawa only takes IMGs between March and August.

    through local doctors in ottawa and in toronto who work in hospital and have clinics...
    also through appletree medical clinic i applied and they accept students all year round

    oooh and they take CSA not IMG in ottawa medical school, and i forgot to mention UBC which offers 6 weeks psych rotations
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    but i guess what i meant to say is they have done electives at UofT and going to do in UofO

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    To current and Prospective student,
    I am an IMG Md from Pakistan. I am working closely with All Saint University Dominica and Aruba. I am helping the administration get New York approval. Please students listen carefully. This is One school run by different administrators. There needs no more discussion about this. One more thing is you do not need to do cores or electives in green book / blue book hospital. Please do not waste your time on this matter. As long as the evaluation sheet says you have done your rotation in a particular hospital and it has ACGME accredited program you need not worry. Please don't waste your time like this. Please do well on your steps and pray. You will definitely get residency. I am a general surgeon at Northside hospital in Atlanta. I also came into the system as an IMG. I know all of you can make it. You passing your steps shall be your only concern at this juncture. All the Caribbean medical students have almost the same rotations in that sense All saint university students are lucky in a sense that they do rotations for a minimal cost. You have very good administration. You are given an opportunity to become like myself and others. The myth that IMGs only get primary care residencies is all wrong. I have seen students from very worst schools get surgery residency. In my opinion I think All saint university is the best Caribbean medical school. We are working on getting New York approval by 2011 March. Thats right students your school is now old enough to get New York approval. From 2011 you can all do clinicals in Illinois, Georgia, Indiana, New york, Texas, Nevada and California. This school is going to be the next best thing in the Caribbean. We have everything set for you. You need not worry about anything. All saint university has residents in 7 different states and around 10 programs. You have to absolutely not worry about cores or electives. You are wasting you time, money and energy if you do rotations anywhere other than the ones school have. They are all legit and acgme accredited. Please no more headache for the administrators.. We are working on building a new campus in the Grand Bay, Dominica. In 2011 we will open the 15 million dollar campus. Ross will go out of business in the next 5 years and so are many other medical colleges in Caribbean. Transfer students also welcome. We are working on getting affiliated with 22 hospitals in 4 states. The names which I cant mention due to confidentiality issues. So students I say this 2011 will be great year for All Saint university. We are 100% confident we will have atleast 16 residents in 2011 March. These people all did the same clinicals your are doing and they did not do anything extra. So please my dear students I am telling yu. What the clinicals offered by All Saints is all green book. We will have 26 give or take a few, residents in 2011. This is a big accomplishment for this school. Thats why I said you will display your degree with pride in your offices and you will have more students rotating with you. I hope I clarified the issues. Do well on your steps, do the rotations we give you, pray and you will get residency. Let us all work towards that goal. Be a proud All saints student. Thank you for your time.

    Dr. A al Q, MBBS (Risalabad Government Medical college) FACS, PhD (The role of cytokines on elevation of Norepinehrine)

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