MBBS is one of the most famous careers of decision-making and enjoys a high reputation among Indian families. It makes the field highly saturated and competitive, especially at home. As a result, it is clear that thousands of students have failed to pass NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), and thousands of students have not been admitted to public universities. The plight of choosing a private school continues to plague students, and the cost of a private school is not more expensive than studying abroad, or even cheaper than their study abroad. Therefore, it is reasonable and obvious for aspiring people to wonder whether they should drop or seek MBBS abroad.