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    Clinicals + roomate and location

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    Hey everyone,

    Hope all is well.

    I have few questions for anyone who knows and can help.

    I am starting clinicals and i am asking if anyone knows about which location is best.

    I am also looking for a roomate?

    If anyone has any advice before starting clinicals I would highly appreciate any hlep. This inculdes what to foucs on? and another important question is which clincial rotations are greenbook?


    Thank you guys

    Best of luck to all

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    Can anyone please help? I don't understand, why is this forum dead?

    Thank you.

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    It's not dead. Only ten people from this school have passed the Step One. So, the numbers rotating are quite small. Mostly transfer students, I'm guessing.

    Baltimore is considered to be the best place to rotate. The dean in Aruba has no information on any rotations. The administration in the US is extremely hard to contact. Good luck.

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    Hmmmm thanks for sharing this i really like ur post it was quite helpful........
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    I think that All Saints University is a good school, as it's very popular and most opted in this region. The college claims for striving towards to ensuring that it produces thoroughly educated graduates who can sense their social responsibility towards medical profession.
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    Is this school worth it?

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    Chancellor and Director of Administration; is incompenant and Does not follow any laws. majority of teachers are unqualified, students are unable to obtain the proper student visa's for US. Hospitals are really clinics. there is no communication between campuses. He also does not respect his students, they are just dollar signs.

    This school is producing 5 doctors for every 20 students. They try to recruit hard working foreigners to make up for their lack teaching. Students do not receive any guidance or a proper foundation of basic science knowledge. It is ranked as one of the lowest, and will be impossible to transfer out from. The only call and information received from faculty is regarding one's tuition payments. foreigners are discounted with scholarships and given false promises of coming to the US for clinicals.
    P.S Mr. Paul also has his own private high school, his own basic science review course, and of course his medical school, all of which are mediocre

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    All Saints University College Of Medicine is the best option for you to start your clinical program. ASU has to beautiful campuses at St. Vincent and the Grenadines and has a good environment for study. Visit St Vincent Medical School for more details.

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