Caribbean Medical School Admission Interviews for Fall 2013

Caribbean Medical School Admission Interviews for Fall 2013

Trinity's Admissions Team to be Interviewing in North AmericaUpdates to the Admissions Interview Schedule with new dates having been added in May, June and July 2013.

Trinity School of Medicine will be traveling across the U.S. and Canada to offer regional Admissions Interviews for the MD program to qualified applicants looking to begin their degree in Fall of 2013 or Winter of 2014.

Utilize the links below to submit your request for an Admissions Interview for the MD program at Trinity School of Medicine.  Trinity's Associate Dean of Admissions, Paula Reynolds, MD, MPH and VP of Enrollment, Stacy Meyer will be in the following locations in the coming weeks:

Salt Lake City, UT - July 9, 2013

Tampa, FL - June 25, 2013

Jacksonville, FL - June 11, 2013

Toronto, ON - May 28, 2013

Vancouver, BC - May 24, 2013

Seattle, Washington - May 22, 2013

Toronto, ON - May 20, 2013

Seattle, Washington - April 17, 2013

Boston, Massachusetts - April 11-12, 2013

Chicago, Illinois - April 9, 2013

Alpharetta, GA - Ongoing Flexible dates/times

Indianapolis, IN - Ongoing Flexible dates/times

Williamsburg, VA - Ongoing Flexible dates/times

Trinity School of Medicine considers an applicants qualifications beyond their MCAT score and GPA.  We understand that there may have been circumstances that prevented you from earning a 3.8 GPA or 40 on the MCAT exam but this shouldn't eliminate your opportunity to earn your MD and become a licensed physician in the U.S. or Canada.

Because we are a small international medical school we are able to personally get to know our applicants and students beyond test scores and grades.  Perhaps you worked during college, perhaps you have countless volunteer hours or have participated in a medical mission trip.  You may have sought out and gained valuable shadowing experience, or maybe you didn't make the decision to pursue medicine until you were farther along in your studies and have post baccalaureate GPA that is more representative than your college GPA. At Trinity we're able to take the time to consider all of the above when evaluating your potential for success in our MD program. 

Do you believe you have the potential to be an MD? Find out quickly and easily. If so, we'd like to get to know you better and potentially meet you at an upcoming regional interview location.

Gauge your potential with the Admissions Predictor from Trinity SOM


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