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- September 23rd, 2013, 03:41 PM #1
Which University Would Take Me?
My aggregate is 80.4% and I'm worried about where I can apply.
Which private medical college can apply to which also has a reasonable fee structure?
Also, there are no seats for overseas students in govenment medical colleges, right?
Would you guys suggest I go to private and pay huge amounts of fee or repeat MCAT in 2014?
Thank so much. Your help would be much appreciated.
I'm extremely worried.September 23rd, 2013, 06:14 PM #2
LOL i gave MCAT, and my aggregate is around 79.5%, i am in the same boat as you are, i plan on applying to a few private colleges[lmdc, smdc, fmh] , hopefully i'll get in but i do feel kind of skeptical. I'd never repeat tho, repeating is a pain in the ***. I think you'll get in on 80.4% but the merit rises every year so idk.September 23rd, 2013, 09:17 PM #3
i have 77% .... can i get in ?September 24th, 2013, 04:58 AM #4
Hey man, since it's my first time applying (and hopefully the last) there is no telling. I tried to look at the aggregates on national seat for colleges, but i can never get a proper answer, i really want to go to SMDC, looks great tbh, but the merits going to be pretty high i think. It was 73% in 2011, and last year, i'm not sure i don't get a proper answer anywhere, some people say 76%, some say 78%, and when i search the merit list, it shows the last guy having 80.something. We're actually unlucky, if we were like a year or two older, our aggregates would be strong as fuark. But like i said earlier no telling man. Just keep believing.October 4th, 2013, 06:50 PM #5
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I'll tell you the history here.
The luckiest batch was the first one, the admissions started late like around 1.5 months later than all private colleges, and since they couldn't wait on merit lists, the admissions were more like First Come First Serve type.
The Second Batch, closed with a merit of 76%. Shalamar then, became popular with a lot of A Level kids, because of it's informal affiliation with LUMS. And, back Shalamar wasn't IMED and WHO listed.
The Third Batch, closed with a merit of nearly 78%. That year Shalamar became WHO and IMED recognized and, there were more than 1500 applicants.
The Fourth batch, closed with a merit of nearly 80%. There were more than 2000 applicants, equivalent to the number of applicants of CMH and more than FMH.
Shalamar has students from US, Canada, UK, KSA, UAE and Australia.
Last edited by masterh; October 4th, 2013 at 05:43 PM.October 5th, 2013, 06:35 PM #6
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