Session 220 Dr. Hure is a Caribbean medical school grad who went on to complete a Derm residency in the US. Here her advice for those thinking about offshore med schools. Full show notes coming soon! Transcript Introduction Dr. Ryan Gray: The Premed Years is part of the Med Ed Media network at www.MedEdMedia.com. This is…Read More
[vc_column_text pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Session 43 In this episode, Ryan tackles the issue of a student who is struggling with very low undergrad and postbac GPA scores and a low 2015 MCAT score. Find out what options you could possibly take when facing this kind of situation. Your questions, answered here on the OldPreMeds…Read More
We already covered a Top 10 Tips for the Medical School Interview. Review that if you haven’t already The Caribbean Medical School interview will be very similar to a U.S. medical school interview. Read the above article if you haven’t yet. Beyond those tips, there are several specific questions that need to be asked. Many…Read More
Welcome to the Caribbean! One of the most popular vacation destinations in the world.
Welcome to medical school! One of the most rigorous experiences in your life.
Two separate statements. When standing on their own, they are both true. When put together though, does the Caribbean make medical school a vacation?
There are currently 60 Caribbean medical schools that you can attend, as of 2011. One might think that this vastly increases your chance of being a doctor since there are only 137 M.D. and 26 D.O. medical schools in the U.S. You must understand that these schools are not all up to the standards of U.S. schools, although there are a few well known schools that have been graduating medical students for some time now, who are now successful physicians practicing all over the country.