Questions related to Santipur B Ed College, Nadia
Need an advice on MCAT (International student).
Is Syllabus for MCAT and NMAT (Philippines) same
Also as you have mentioned NMAT phillipines , then it is National medical admission test for phillipines , which is for MBBS and there is no relation between the syllabus of MBBS entrance exam and MBA entrance exam. So , i have given you answer on the basis of NMAT which is for admission in MBA in NMIMS.
Can homeopathy pursuing student eligible to give MCAT to get into a medical course(MD) in USA
Homeopathy is not fully recognized in the United States officially. You won't work at a hospital or have the privileges of MD or DO physicians. In the United States, this will take 2-3 years, and to get in, you will have to take the MCAT or GRE as well as have a college degree before you start. Hope this will be helpful.
What are the other undergraduate courses other than MBBS in India which makes an International student eligible to give MCAT exam?
Yes that will make u eligible for applying MCAT. AAMC doesn't mention any particular eligibility.You just need under graduate degree certificate and the persons who are willing to do medical/health professional can aplly for MCAT.
If I am persuing MBBS from a private college in india which is recognised by world directory of medical schools,Am i eligible for MCAT?
Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is an entrance exam conducted for admission into medical school in the United States, Canada, Australia and Carribean Islands.
As an Indian you are applying as a international candidate in the exam, so for that there are some eligibility criterias, like :
- The candidates who are interested in making career in Allopathic, Osteopathic, Podiatric and Veterinary can apply
- The candidates who are appearing in MBBS degree or have completed their MBBS degree can apply.
- And if you are not interested in pursuing a career in medical and still want to apply then you have to ask for special permission from AAMC authorities explaining your reasons.
- Good Luck!
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