St James School of Medicine

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Re: St James School of Medicine

Postby king kong bundy » Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:08 pm

so that means if I attend a master program and go to med school at the same time I can pay with the loan that fasfa gives that cool. but what is a line of credit explain if you can. and also how long is each semester.
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Re: St James School of Medicine

Postby medstulife » Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:14 pm

king kong bundy wrote:so that means if I attend a master program and go to med school at the same time I can pay with the loan that fasfa gives that cool. but what is a line of credit explain if you can. and also how long is each semester.


well it would be long distance masters i think i haven't done it so u have to ask around and line of credit was through my dad so i didn't have anything to do with it so not sure
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Re: St James School of Medicine

Postby king kong bundy » Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:24 pm

and how long is the school? I mean each semester
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Re: St James School of Medicine

Postby medstulife » Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:28 pm

king kong bundy wrote:and how long is the school? I mean each semester


around 4 months check out the blog it has more detail

http://www.medstulife.com/2010/08/basic ... culum.html

http://www.medstulife.com/2011/02/semes ... kdown.html
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Re: St James School of Medicine

Postby medlover14 » Tue Aug 25, 2015 7:16 pm

I am a current student at SJSM and yes, it is legit!
That being said, taking the Caribbean route is definitely not easy and there are a lot of hoops to jump through. I know plenty of people from my school who are now in residency spots - both in Canada and the USA. The percentage of students who make it is not crazy high, but with hard work and determination it can be done. Caribbean schools are a feasible option for people who can not get into medical school for whatever reason - and there are plenty! Everyone has their own reasons for even looking into Caribbean schools.
I have been keeping a blog of my journey so far, anyone who is considering St. James or any other Caribbean medical school is more than welcome to check it out.
www.drnicolefox44.blogspot.com

I am always happy to answer any questions people have about the process!
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