Indian students who are looking to study MBBS in USA often lack the knowledge regarding how to get admission in MBBS in USA or how to study MBBS in USA. The Indian applicants surprisingly have very minimum knowledge regarding the American medical school requirements.
Here is a comprehensive guide on how to study medicine in USA.
Students who are looking to study MBBS in USA are required to complete a bachelor’s degree program to enter top medical schools in the USA. There are specific Pre Med programs that lead to Bachelor of Science (BS) to help students get MBBS admission in USA. The Pre Med program also helps students prepare for MCAT.
The course in the Pre Med Bachelor of Science (BS) program includes Chemistry, Biological Studies, Physics and Human Genetics as subjects. Students looking to get admissions to MBBS in the top medical universities in USA must have a minimum score of 500 in the MCAT. However, some of the top Caribbean medical schools offer an easy and affordable alternative to study medicine in USA for Indian students
When I see my colleagues practicing medicine through the United States, acheiving greater success, and pursuing their passions; It inspires me to recommend other students to join AUA
Dr. Sreekanth Cheruku
Can Indian students apply for undergraduate medical program in USA without MCAT scores?
The alternate route to pursue an undergraduate medical program in USA for Indian students through the American University of Antigua does not require MCAT scores.
Eligibility for Indian applicants to study undergraduate medical program at AUA
Pre Med – MD Program
(4 years study in Antigua & 2 years study in US)
Indian applicants must have scored 50% and above in 12th grade with Physics Chemistry and Biology. Candidates should be NEET qualified.
BSc – MD Program
(2 years in India, 2 years in Antigua & 2 years in US)
Indian applicants must have scored 60% and above in 12th grade with Physics Chemistry and Biology. Candidates should be NEET qualified.
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