Answered on 07.07.2020
“MBBS is a professional degree regardless of wherever you take admission in India or Abroad” & “Drop or repeat is utilizing an entire year in preparing for a competitive exam that is NEET UG in this case.”
So 100% MBBS Abroad is a better option if you have scored 100 marks less from the person who secured the last seat for MBBS in Government college in India.
Firstly, Let's find our Positives and Negatives of MBBS Abroad.
About taking a drop I will write at the end of my answer.
Positives about MBBS Abroad.
Competitive Exam - Students who wish to get admission to MBBS abroad don't have to score rank in any competitive exam like NEET-UG, For MBBS abroad students just have to qualify the exam and they are eligible to process the admission for MBBS in Abroad. ( Every year 7.5 Lakh students qualify NEET-UG Exam but only 36000 Manage to get MBBS seat in Government medical college)
Direct Admission - Students who are just NEET Qualified and 12 Passed with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology can apply for admission in any MBBS college abroad without any counseling or waiting. All it needs to send the documents to the university and get your Invitation to study apply for a visa and fly.
Affordable fees and Instalments - Students who travel abroad spend around 15 Lakh to 25 Lakh as tuition fees that is affordable for almost every average middle-class family in India. It's not only affordable but when you go for MBBS abroad you get a choice to pay the fees in up to 12 installments. This fee is almost 1/5th of the cost of MBBS in Private Medical colleges in India and that also students have to pay all together in India.
International Exposure - Indian medical education is one of the best in the world but if you are going for MBBS abroad and especially in European countries where the standard of living is better than India, you will get a chance to study with students from all over the European Union and this also allows you to be friends with them and to understand the process to practice in EU after graduating.
Build Confidence and Positive Change in Lifestyle - Studying abroad gives students an extra edge over Indian medical students. Studying abroad makes the majority of students outspoken and confident.
Curriculum - The curriculum which we study in any medical university abroad is the same as what we study in Indian medical college.
Negatives about MBBS Abroad.
Home Sickness - Students who are 17 years of age usually travel for MBBS abroad. Its really hard for everyone to leave home, comfort & home cooked tasty food.
Cold Weather - As maximum countries where Indian students travel for MBBS abroad it is very hard for Indians to acclimatize in such harsh conditions. In one year you will get used to it if you travel abroad.
MBBS KE LIYE ITNA KARNA PADEGA BHAI !!
Language - If a student is traveling for MBBS abroad in a budget of 15–30 Lakh he/she is going to a country where English is not the native language. Students have to learn the local language for buying products for daily needs and even to treat patients in the hospitals after the 4th year.
Extra Year of Education - In India the duration of MBBS is 5.5 year and In foreign countries where the education standard is good, the duration is 6 years. As the degree is awarded is MD Physician, Medical universities abroad take 6 months more than the Medical colleges in India. (Note - MBBS = MD Physician for Indian Students)
Now let's talk about Drop.
Who should try again for NEET
- Anyone who has up to 100 marks less from the student who secured the last govt medical seat.
- Anyone who is sure that he/she can consistently study for 15 hours a day for 1 year
- Anyone who is patient enough to see his/her friends walking ahead
- Anyone who is focussed on the goal.
- Anyone who is not willing to go Abroad due to any reason
- Anyone whose budget is less than 20 lakh
Anyone who does not fall in the above categories should not waste a year.
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