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Old 09-29-2012
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Hello..
I have a question regarding the 186...I graduated from med school from india and am currently back in Los angeles studying for the step 1. Now, i registered to take my exam and have printed out the relevant forms...what i have done so far...

1. Sent my 186 notarized (filling part A) and then mailed it to my med school in india for the completion of Part B by the med school
2. I still have 344 and 345 and 187 which i havnt mailed to ecfmg yet...

now my question is - should i mail 344 and 345 from LA to ecfmg? and have the med school mail the 186 seperatly to ecfmg or should shave i mail everything together? like mail the 344 and 345 to my med school for them to mail to ecfmg?

Im sure many have some confusion regarding this, sorry if it was answered in a previous post...didnt seem to find it.

Thanks in advance!
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Although it's better to send everything together to ECFMG to avoid confusion but it's OK if you yourself send 344 and 345 from LA.

They'll keep your forms in your folder and they'll wait for 186 to come from your school.

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Ah ok Thank you so much, i appreciate you putting it in the right forum as well.
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