How can I get a opportunity to study in Medical school of the USA with scholarship?

How can I get a opportunity to study in Medical school of the USA with scholarship?

Hello,I'-m a student of 12th grade and from Asia. I'-m highly interested to study in the USA medical school with a scholarship. So, my question is that, is it possible to get myself admitted in any USA medical school after my O level? If so then, can I have a scholarship? I'-m prepared to to take SAT-1 and SAT-2. Any kind of information will be appreciated. Thank you.

ibu

1. O-levels are not the equivalent of high school graduation. You need A-levels to apply to universities for your undergraduate degree. You cannot even apply for admission to college for another 2 years.2. Medical school in US is a 4-year professional graduate school. Minimum of bachelors degree (4 years) required to apply. Admissions are so competitive, that many applicants earn a masters degree in things such as biochemistry or microbiology, etc, before trying to apply to med school.3. Very few US medical schools allow any foreigners to apply. There are nowhere near enough places in med schools for all the highly qualified American university graduates who want to get into medicine. Of the few schools which take applications from non-citizens, some accept as few as one foreign student every 4-5 years.4. Of the few med schools which allow foreigners to apply, you must prove you & your parents have sufficient funds for all your school & living expenses, plus return transportation to your country of citizenship. Absolutely NO financial aid for non-US citizens. And they will not wait until you apply for a student visa to learn that you don't have enough money. They will not waste their time looking at your application until you first prove you and your parents have the money. Average cost of 4 years of med school, plus living expenses, will run about $500,000 and up.Lots of expenses connected with med school. E.g. you need a car, drivers license, auto insurance, etc, since you must be able to get to hospitals for your rotations. Insurance - plan on at least $1000 per month. First week of med school: friend spent $2000 on medical bag with otolarygnoscope & stethoscope (that the school sells at wholesale, not retail, cost)- over $2000 on new laptop, printer, software- over $1000 on textbooks for first semester- $135/month for internet access to review sessions of classes. Getting & setting up apartment, including some basic furniture & furnishings, deposits for rent + utilities, etc, came to over $10,000.You and your parents need a fortune to have any chance of studying medicine in US. Plus you need to be one of the most brilliant people on the planet.

drip

in the US medical school is a graduate school. You need a four year Bachelor degree - with pre med classes- preferably from an US college- take the MCAT exam, then you can apply to US medical schools.Very few US medical schools accept international students and they do not give out scholarships.To apply to any US university for your undergrad studies (to earn your Bachelor degree) you need your A levels and the SAT. US universities offer very little financial aid or scholarships to international students

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