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    coca747 is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    do i have a chance

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    2.8 undergrad
    3.4 masters
    3.3 basic science

    1 year research with MPH department
    worked full-time during college but not health related.....

    please help, any advice would be great

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    JimmysMD is offline Newbie 510 points
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    SMU will accept you for $10,000USD a semester. Saying that, SMU will accept a poodle for 10,000USD a semester.

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    Please keep in mind that st. matthews , st. georges, ross university etc are all for profit institutions. right now they are all competeing especially in light of expanded class sizes in the us, and new medical schools opening in the us/ With that said, st. matthews does not accept everyone that applies. The class size is not that big anymore.
    with your statistics you are a shoe in. I strongly believe that they would reject someone with a 2.0 average and very low mcats.

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    well last semester 40 students applied and 36 got in, i think the other 4 got in some where else lol, the school doesn't have an MCAT requirement they TAKE ANY ONE..........

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    BADJOJO, your statement contradicts itself you said 40 applied and 36 got in that means 4 were rejected. The school does have an MCAT requirement. You must take the mcats. Now as to the scores, i don't think there is a strict number requirement.

    Please when you write be more articulate and accurate. I think what you meant to say based on your consistent negative tone was that 40 students applied 40 were accepted and 4 decided to go elsewhere. Although i don't believe that. All the offshore schools are having great difficulty getting students because of lack of loans except ross,auc, and st. george, and some others in europe. st. matthews is a very good school, and the buildings have shaped up a lot nicely airconditioned modern, safe, and very beautiful like being in miami. the labs are adequate, not great but better than even two years ago.

    Also the anatomy course is the best to learn in because you dod not have to dissect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EQUALITY View Post
    Also the anatomy course is the best to learn in because you dod not have to dissect.
    This is just incredible..Do you see how people grade a course??? Anatomy is the best because you do not have to dissect......It's just plain dumb..Poor brainless creature... I would NEVER trust doctor who graduated from SMU..NEVERNEVERNEVER...
    May be after all whoever can master this type of statement deserves this type of school..
    I rest my case.

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    Lachucha is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Quote Originally Posted by EQUALITY View Post
    With that said, st. matthews does not accept everyone that applies. The class size is not that big anymore.
    Do not be stupid!! SMU accepts whoever.. people are just not coming anymore!!! You have to be out of your mind to pay 10K per semester for mediocre at best education plus living expenses. I almost got stroke looking for housing. 1250US for cockroach infested marijuana stinking TI..
    Look at St.Lucia's schools.. some have almost the same usmle pass rate and cost 1/3 of SMU.. Do the math...

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    Speaking from experience, do not go to smu. The school no longer have loans and the island is very expensive. I paid 1200usd every month at TI and gas is about 7usd a gallon. You will need at least 18,000usd a semester if you decide to go to smu. The step 1 pass is barely 51% With your grades please apply to AUA, ross, and sgu

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