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Default what is the meaning of core clerkship rotations???

I am currently doing my internship. my internship will complete on 31st march 2015. i wish to apply for electives in NIH in nov dec 2014 session. under the eligibility requirements they have written that the student must have completed core clerkship rotations in internal medicine, pediatrics and
surgery prior to review of your application. but my paediatrics duty will begin on 1st feb 2015. so what should i do now??? pls reply...
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I assume ur from India,core clerkships is the one u do as a student during mbbs.

So yes u have completed everything and u can apply for the electives.
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Thank you doc for this clarification. I wish u best of luck for your endeavors.
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