miims asks:

Moroccan student seeks U.S. college suggestions for becoming a doctor.

i am a senior in morocco i would like to continue my studies in usa (dont know where exactly)and i have a sister who lives in madison wi .i would like to be a doctor and im looking for a good college who is not so hard to get in (my grades are like b's and c's) and will help get in a good med school so what re you suggestions ? what would they required?
In Topics: College admissions tests, Study abroad, Getting ready for college
> 60 days ago

dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi Miims, I think it's great that you want to go to college to become a doctor.
Have you checked out this Internet road map for the college-bound student? http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Internet_Road_Map/
Foreignborn.com offers information to support your college search. http://foreignborn.com/study_in_us/1-introduction.htm
U.S. News & World Report produced a report you may also want to look at...
America's Best Colleges 2009
Education.com offers two college related special editions focused on U.S. college students:

Here's a website from the U.S. Department of State that is designed for international students seeking to study in the United States:
Their site includes info about getting a visa and financial assistance, as well as info about various study programs available to international students in the U.S.
Good luck - I hope you are successful in your search and in college!

Did you find this answer useful?
ccny writes:
In order to get to a good med school you need a good grad and your MCAT score should be high. Some school are quite competitive than others. My advise if you ever get a chance to read this feedback is to have some extra activities in your resume. For example volunteer in your local hospital or your community.I f you cant get in into one of the schools in USA, you could always have a chance to apply to American school in Caribbean. I heard they are less competitive and usually for people  who couldn't make it into US medical school in USA. Best of luck from: Moroccan in USA.
> 60 days ago

Did you find this answer useful?
happensw writes:
Dear peer, it's really easier, than you think. Previous responses are reasonable on the matter of advising you some good colleges. I'd like to point out the admission process: American colleges approve of applicants' efforts and abilities. I've got many friends from medical universities, so I know what it's all about. You will have little time and many sources to research and study for your PhD grade. My friends recommend help of professional PhD consultants http://phdify.com/ - you would find it useful for your future grade. Never give up and aspire for the best while your studies! Wish you lots of luck and great time of studies!
> 60 days ago

Did you find this answer useful?
Answer this question


You are about to choose ${username}'s answer as the best answer.

Cancel | Continue

*You can change the best answer in the future if you think that you received a better answer

How likely are you to recommend Education.com to your friends and colleagues?

Not at all likely
Extremely likely