Free Webinar: June 18th 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT

If you are preparing for medical school, you should carefully consider all options, including Caribbean medical schools with strong relationships with affiliate hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.

During The Princeton Review's free webinar , we will provide the basics about Caribbean medical schools:

  • Separating fact from fiction
  • The most popular Caribbean medical schools
  • How to compare and evaluate schools
  • Accreditation and state approvals
  • Financial aid availability
  • Clinical rotation placement
  • Key outcomes: USMLE scores, clinical placement, alumni network, and more


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    Robert Franek

    Senior VP-Publisher

    The Princeton Review

    Rob is The Princeton Review's chief expert on higher education issues. Over his 22-year career, he has served as an admissions administrator, test prep teacher, author, and lecturer. Rob oversees our line of 150 titles, from best-selling test-prep guides to college- and graduate school-related books, including Cracking the MCAT and Best 167 Medical Schools . Rob has been sourced by a wide range of media including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and has appeared over a dozen times on NBC "TODAY," ABC "Good Morning America," CBS "This Morning," and several FOX, CNN, and NPR programs.

  • Shadna Wise, Assistant VP of Product Marketing and Management, in a small photo.

    Shadna Wise

    Assistant VP Product Management (MCAT)

    The Princeton Review

    Shadna has been with The Princeton Review for 14 years, starting as a teacher while completing her MBA at UT Austin McCombs School. For the past 5 years, Shadna has been AVP in Product Management for MCAT, LSAT and GRE preparation, and previously was an Executive Director of our Western Regional test preparation offices.

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    Anthony Russomanno

    National Director of Educational Partnerships

    The Princeton Review

    Anthony has been with The Princeton Review for over 20 years, managing The Princeton Review’s alliances with other educational organizations, including Student Doc. Anthony has helped thousands of students as both a Teacher and Premier Tutor, but also in his previous roles as a Product Manager and Marketing Director. Anthony is also a Family Counselor and Licensed Coach, and he earned his BA in Psychology from UC Irvine, MA in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine, and MBA from KGSM.

Sponsor: Student Doc

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  • Starts helping students during their premed years and continues while prepping for the MCAT and applying to medical school.

  • StudentDoc takes you through the transformative journey from student to physician.

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