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hi, my question about the examination sites of step 1, if there any site I can find all the available sites or any helpful information.. thanx
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What do you mean by examination sites?

Do you mean the official websites that regulate the USMLE examination or do you mean commercial website that provides questions and preparation for the USMLE Step 1 Examination?
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I mean where the examination places are located, I live in Denver CO and I'm trying to find the nearest or the most convenient place for me..
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I mean where the examination places are located, I live in Denver CO and I'm trying to find the nearest or the most convenient place for me..
USMLE Examination is conducted by Prometric.
Prometric has several centers in Denver.
You won't reach to the point of Prometric center scheduling until you are fully registered and received your scheduling permit from ECFMG.
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