Many of the 'Big Caribbean Medical Schools' want you to believe the old adage, 'You get what you pay for'. Does the end justify the means? Must you spend $200,000 plus in tuition (never mind fees, living expense, housing) in order to secure a Residency match? The answer is no. The cost of attending medical school ranges from less expensive options to very expensive options. While it's probably fair to suggest that the lowest cost options offer less student resources, what do the schools on the high end have to show for their price tags at rates that exceed top ranked U.S. schools like Johns Hopkins and Stanford Schools of Medicine?