Despite the increasing need of doctors in the U.S., many qualified candidates still struggle to get into medical school. For students with a lower MCAT scores or clinical experiences than their peers, there might be only rejection letters from U.S. medical schools.
For these types of students, Caribbean medical schools are often an appealing option. Many of them have higher acceptance rates than U.S. medical programs.
However, before committing to a Caribbean or foreign medical school, explore all of the pros and cons in our article on Forbes.