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    Think twice before attending this school

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    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 Mehdy View Post
    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 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 than 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...
    my advise? focus on the prize, don't get distracted. Goodluck

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    It is very clear that the above mentioned post pertains to All saints University school of Medicine Dominica and it has NOTHING to do with All Saints University of Medicine Aruba. These two schools are completely different and has NO connection with each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjellyfish View Post
    It is very clear that the above mentioned post pertains to All saints University school of Medicine Dominica and it has NOTHING to do with All Saints University of Medicine Aruba. These two schools are completely different and has NO connection with each other.
    you must acknowledge that whether it is Aruba or Dominica, these two campuses are run by the same administrators so it makes no difference...the connection is all there. Why mislead people? if you and i are students from All Saints then you should be honnest and admit that it is the same school with different campuses. Also Aruba is a Dutch Island regulated by the Netherlands law wheareas Dominica is independent from the UK. So obviously the administrators have to act in a more civilised manner cuz Aruba does not need All Saints help to survive and they can be kicked out in the second if Aruba government desires it. It is the same for Dominica but with more difficulties. Besides All Saints students in Dominica have not left any good impressions in regards to the way they are viewed. I am sure they don't have a good reputation, this you hear it on the streets and clinical sites across Dominica on a daily basis...
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    check the facts

    I am sorry but now me and all my friends no the truth
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    Quote Originally Posted by soniaa View Post
    I have never had any problems with this school, i passed my step I , studying for step II, EE and doing my GreenBook Core clinicals, i remember the island life, is stressfull, but loved the drama in the school, the adminstration has not changed, but people like you have came and in the end have failed and changed courses in life because even though they transfered out , they never passed their steps, in the new schoolssss...

    take this ... coming to a caribean medical school is hard, the adminstration of this school Dominica will go out of their own way to make sure you succeed in your goal and reach the ultimates of your future.

    my friends at the moment are doing clinicals in Ottawa, Toronto, Sudburryyyyy, Halifax and some other peeps from upper class at McMaster and believe it or not Emory, Mayo, Vegas and John Hopkins, international clinicals sites in Iran, India and Israel for those who love surgery but hands on exprience is not suffient in North America for any Caribean Medical Students... and a 5th semester that i hear from lower classmate years that rocks in chicago. we have students doing research at NIH and working as advisors in Parliament of Canada and HealthForce ontario i guess that makes it political, we have RESIDENTS..

    every single proffessor of mine, those 99ers who leave after 1 or 3 semester they all have residency position offered...

    I am told with my LOR's from canadian program directors and american department chairs i will get the residency of my dreams, also in 1-3 years this school will have over 200 residents.

    so go ahead and transfer or not study, is your future and your own life and money ....


    be good to the school and the school will make you one of the best doctors canada or USA or where ever you want to go will ever had or have.....
    I don't know who you are but one thing is certain, your hands have been properly greased to praise the school the way you do. Who are you to tell me that I failed and change course of life you do not know me and obviously I do not know you. All the facts you're so religiously claiming you should have people from John Hopkins and Canada come on this post and talk about their experiences. I am certain that you're basing yourself uniquely on word of mouth. You have no proof whatsoever of what you are claiming. As you mentioned you passed step one and i must rejoice for your success. but wait until you reached step 3 and then come back with all your praises.

    I very much doubt that. what you're claiming are false and unverified not even the school mentioned it to us and I believe such an achievement by a medical school would have been quickly advertised. So I don't understand why it is only you, who has all the good experiences and praises to sell. Let us even imagine that you are correct, it must be some clinical sites where no one wants to go to due to their reputation. In addition I have not heard of anyone doing clinical rotations in Iran and such. If it was true what you advancing it would have been advertised immediately. Why none of it has ever been heard by current students, I don't know but you tell me. I am curious to know where you've picked up your devine gifts. And I certainly do not need you to lecture me about Island life or how it is to leave in the harshest conditions. It is clear that you have no idea of it. You said yourself that you enjoyed the drama. So it means that you were one of those contributing to the drama. If you do not like my post nothing obliges you to read it or to even reply. It is not because you passed step 1 that it gives you the right to be arrogant cuz u and I know step 1 is not the end of the road.
    I would like you provide me with proofs of these achievements you're claiming with real facts supported by legal documents or even newspapers who've got hold of such a success story. That is clearly the American dream right here, so I do not think it would have escaped the media. I don't know how you know you're rotations are green book as for my part i have never heard of those green book rotations you mentioned. Finally I have never heard of any of those residency matches you mentioned. So I advise you to keep your admonition to yourself. It is because of people of your kind that many students got misleaded. In the end they ended up in that mess and reality has proven to be a huge slap in our faces cuz nothing of what they were told and none of the praises were in fact true. So get out of your fantasies cuz your lectures seem to have been drawn straight from science fiction book. It is the proof that if people of your kind can pass step 1 all of us can do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soniaa View Post
    I have never had any problems with this school, i passed my step I , studying for step II, EE and doing my GreenBook Core clinicals, i remember the island life, is stressfull, but loved the drama in the school, the adminstration has not changed, but people like you have came and in the end have failed and changed courses in life because even though they transfered out , they never passed their steps, in the new schoolssss...

    take this ... coming to a caribean medical school is hard, the adminstration of this school Dominica will go out of their own way to make sure you succeed in your goal and reach the ultimates of your future.

    my friends at the moment are doing clinicals in Ottawa, Toronto, Sudburryyyyy, Halifax and some other peeps from upper class at McMaster and believe it or not Emory, Mayo, Vegas and John Hopkins, international clinicals sites in Iran, India and Israel for those who love surgery but hands on exprience is not suffient in North America for any Caribean Medical Students... and a 5th semester that i hear from lower classmate years that rocks in chicago. we have students doing research at NIH and working as advisors in Parliament of Canada and HealthForce ontario i guess that makes it political, we have RESIDENTS..

    every single proffessor of mine, those 99ers who leave after 1 or 3 semester they all have residency position offered...

    I am told with my LOR's from canadian program directors and american department chairs i will get the residency of my dreams, also in 1-3 years this school will have over 200 residents.

    so go ahead and transfer or not study, is your future and your own life and money ....


    be good to the school and the school will make you one of the best doctors canada or USA or where ever you want to go will ever had or have.....
    you are so full of it, its amazing. What position do you hold at the school. Johns Hopkins, Mayo, Emory give me a break. It was good for a laugh though.

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehdy View Post
    I don't know who you are but one thing is certain, your hands have been properly greased to praise the school the way you do. Who are you to tell me that I failed and change course of life you do not know me and obviously I do not know you. All the facts you're so religiously claiming you should have people from John Hopkins and Canada come on this post and talk about their experiences. I am certain that you're basing yourself uniquely on word of mouth. You have no proof whatsoever of what you are claiming. As you mentioned you passed step one and i must rejoice for your success. but wait until you reached step 3 and then come back with all your praises.

    I very much doubt that. what you're claiming are false and unverified not even the school mentioned it to us and I believe such an achievement by a medical school would have been quickly advertised. So I don't understand why it is only you, who has all the good experiences and praises to sell. Let us even imagine that you are correct, it must be some clinical sites where no one wants to go to due to their reputation. In addition I have not heard of anyone doing clinical rotations in Iran and such. If it was true what you advancing it would have been advertised immediately. Why none of it has ever been heard by current students, I don't know but you tell me. I am curious to know where you've picked up your devine gifts. And I certainly do not need you to lecture me about Island life or how it is to leave in the harshest conditions. It is clear that you have no idea of it. You said yourself that you enjoyed the drama. So it means that you were one of those contributing to the drama. If you do not like my post nothing obliges you to read it or to even reply. It is not because you passed step 1 that it gives you the right to be arrogant cuz u and I know step 1 is not the end of the road.
    I would like you provide me with proofs of these achievements you're claiming with real facts supported by legal documents or even newspapers who've got hold of such a success story. That is clearly the American dream right here, so I do not think it would have escaped the media. I don't know how you know you're rotations are green book as for my part i have never heard of those green book rotations you mentioned. Finally I have never heard of any of those residency matches you mentioned. So I advise you to keep your admonition to yourself. It is because of people of your kind that many students got misleaded. In the end they ended up in that mess and reality has proven to be a huge slap in our faces cuz nothing of what they were told and none of the praises were in fact true. So get out of your fantasies cuz your lectures seem to have been drawn straight from science fiction book. It is the proof that if people of your kind can pass step 1 all of us can do it.

    you are right
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackets5 View Post
    you are so full of it, its amazing. What position do you hold at the school. Johns Hopkins, Mayo, Emory give me a break. It was good for a laugh though.

    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

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