Originally Posted by Yashar
Thank you for answering my question and mocking my English.I am sure we will meet sometime next year.
I am 32,immigrant and Canadian citizen.I finished architecture back home.
Could you please tell me Based on what you are telling me that they don't take me for med school?If I get good marks in school and Mcad what can be obstacle For Me?
There was no mocking - just fact.
Communication is a huge part of being a doctor. They need to be able to communicate to patients and colleagues, are often involved in teaching (especially as fellows), and need to be able to write notes in charts that are clear to others. I've seen a family reject a doctor who speaks with an accent and insist that the language barrier is too much - they requested to speak with another member of the team who speaks English as their native language. It didn't matter that the doctor is fluent in English (and frankly, his grammar is better than yours based on your post).
Anyways, you have to express yourself in written form in your application. I'm sure you could pay a native English speaker to do it for you (or edit yours), but that won't help you on the MCAT or interview. You've got a few years before you apply to med school. Rather than take offense, why don't you take a course or do something else to improve your English? That could even be something to talk about in your interviews/applications, relating to perseverance.