Sorta off topic, but:
This is one form of evidence showing that Caribbean medical school students (specifically, SGU) are given an education that is just as competitive (if not better) as US medical schools. In SGU, the idea that the education is "sub-par" or that medical school students are not "well-trained enough" is a myth.
While it is true that many SGU students (myself included) have picked the school out of second-choice (mostly because of continued rejection from US medical schools), it is not appropriate to assume that these are potentially inferior doctors that are being trained. Long-standing EMTs, 4.0 College GPA/34 MCAT score students, Medical researchers, and even medical professionals that don't have an MD make up part of the student body. We come from all over the world (US, Canada, India to name a few) from all sorts of backgrounds to come together and learn what we choose to be within medical healthcare, fulfilling our passions in the process. Many students (including myself) did not want to stop there when we saw the rejection letters -- we wanted to keep going, no matter what may stop us, to have a chance at becoming one of the most fulfilling professions out there.
The idea of persistence we share, the backgrounds we have, and our Step 1 USMLE scores (one of the highest priority portions of our residency application, NOT GPA) are solid proof that SGU students deserve as much of a chance in the US as US medical school students -- academically, passionately, and most of all, with profound effect for not only the medical profession, but for the communities they will serve in the future.