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    Sept. 21 2015 CLINICAL ROTATIONSAll saints clinical rotations my personal experience

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    Hi there! I decided to post a little bit of my personal experience regarding All Saints clinical rotations to assist those who are thinking of transferring to All Saints.

    I am very happy that I chose All Saints. The bottom line is that I am getting great rotations at third or half the price of a Top 4 Caribbean Medical School.

    I can't comment on what other people's experience have been, only mine. As with all schools you will have haters and supporters ALWAYS! Remember that. When I researched the school, there weren't a lot of updated information on valuemd about clinical rotations. And I hope to change that with my post to help others make more of an informed decision based on someone's actual experience.

    I transferred to All Saints from AUA and my experience has only been positive with the school. I can tell you that I have done 4 core rotations in Chicago, two of which I was rotating with Top 4 Caribbean School med students. I arranged all my rotations with AICG and I have yet to be disappointed. I found my rotations had a lot of hands on experience. 3/4 I was either in the hospital entirely or a combination of both hospital and clinic.

    All Saints gives you the opportunity to pursue medicine at a bargain price, it's what you do with it that defines how successful you will become in your pursuit. My mentality is that I can compete with the best despite the fact that I am from All Saints. My last rotation was along side Top 4 Caribbean School med students and before it ended the Attending was confidently relying on me than them to provide him with the right answers!

    And yes, I have come across All Saints students who complain about the school which isn't any different when I was at AUA and hearing about AUA students whining about the school.

    From my limited experience with All Saints and interactions with the faculty members, they have met my minimum standards and exceeded them in some areas. I would definitely recommend the school. My opinion of All Saints University may change in the near future but for now they have treated me well.

    If anyone is seeking more information on my clinical rotations, please message me privately.
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    Hi Everyone, just finished my 5th core rotation. For easier messaging, anyone who has questions about my rotations or about my experience with the school can email me at drcanada21@gmail com

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    Thank you drcanada for this informative post.
    I have send you a PM to your email.
    I am in the admission process and the staff is very helpful.

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    How did you process your visa for clinical rotations

    Quote Originally Posted by drcanada View Post
    Hi there! I decided to post a little bit of my personal experience regarding All Saints clinical rotations to assist those who are thinking of transferring to All Saints.

    I am very happy that I chose All Saints. The bottom line is that I am getting great rotations at third or half the price of a Top 4 Caribbean Medical School.

    I can't comment on what other people's experience have been, only mine. As with all schools you will have haters and supporters ALWAYS! Remember that. When I researched the school, there weren't a lot of updated information on valuemd about clinical rotations. And I hope to change that with my post to help others make more of an informed decision based on someone's actual experience.

    I transferred to All Saints from AUA and my experience has only been positive with the school. I can tell you that I have done 4 core rotations in Chicago, two of which I was rotating with Top 4 Caribbean School med students. I arranged all my rotations with AICG and I have yet to be disappointed. I found my rotations had a lot of hands on experience. 3/4 I was either in the hospital entirely or a combination of both hospital and clinic.

    All Saints gives you the opportunity to pursue medicine at a bargain price, it's what you do with it that defines how successful you will become in your pursuit. My mentality is that I can compete with the best despite the fact that I am from All Saints. My last rotation was along side Top 4 Caribbean School med students and before it ended the Attending was confidently relying on me than them to provide him with the right answers!

    And yes, I have come across All Saints students who complain about the school which isn't any different when I was at AUA and hearing about AUA students whining about the school.

    From my limited experience with All Saints and interactions with the faculty members, they have met my minimum standards and exceeded them in some areas. I would definitely recommend the school. My opinion of All Saints University may change in the near future but for now they have treated me well.

    If anyone is seeking more information on my clinical rotations, please message me privately.
    How did you process your visa for clinical rotations

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