Noval wrote:sparty99 wrote: I know people who had to study medicine in the caribbeans because their MCAT's were weak and they studied business undergrad. Now they are doing their residency in the states....
Even if you're dumb enough to go to Caribbean schools for your MD, chances to land any high paying specialty in the U.S. is slim to none.
You friend is surely in Primary Care, which is a horrible job indeed...(Decreasing salaries, increasing working hours, and insurers trying to take over your paycheck + retarded debts to pay back...).
+ Nobody will accept him in a fellowship(Mandatory to practice in huge cities) coming from that kind of joke schools.
Actually, you don't know shit. My friend is not in primary care and is doing his residency at a respected university in one of the largest cities in the United States. Also, get overself and law school rankings. Did Casey Anthony's lawyer go to a top 30 law school? NO.