Caribbean and Foreign medical school discussion: accreditation, costs, US residency match rates...
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for the US 3.2, I guess is really competitive. I would even say it is a waste of money to apply. I arent' that to discourage you but for my knowledge it is..............
I have 3.42 and 3.3 and its tough. I would add that it also depend of the states I am in Texas
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Yes the state does make SOME difference (I'm in CA), but a 3.2 isn't really competetive in any US state. In the Carib it's plenty though.
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That's nice that my brother in law is studying for PA. It's good to know he can find careers in healthcare
in the future.