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Hi UltraSpy,

If you plan on ultimately practicing in the United States, it doesn't really matter whether you obtain an MD degree or MBBS degree. After passing the USMLE you are equivalent to a US graduate. Some foreign schools call it MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) and some call it MD (Doctor of Medicine) but it doesn't really matter.

If you're unable to get admission in Pakistan I'd recommend going back to the US and working on your undergraduate degree and then applying to one of the Caribbean schools -- those schools are full of students who plan on going back to the US to practice and one advantage of the Caribbean system is that most of those schools have their students do their clinical rotations in US hospitals.

Don't know much about Romania or China but it seems kind of sketchy -- but then again I might have said that about Pakistan a few years ago #wink
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