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Question What is required step1,2 score for family residency

Im just curious as to what type of usmle step scores you need for a family residency rotation. For that matter what mark would you need to be able to do emergency medicine?

I got a 212 (89) on my usmle step 1, currently doing rotations in chicago. Passed first time.
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Im just curious as to what type of usmle step scores you need for a family residency rotation. For that matter what mark would you need to be able to do emergency medicine?

I got a 212 (89) on my usmle step 1, currently doing rotations in chicago. Passed first time.
Im interested in EM too, lets see if anyone can find us a median score. Last time I heard it was around 220, but that was for AMGs.
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Im interested in EM too, lets see if anyone can find us a median score. Last time I heard it was around 220, but that was for AMGs.
Please refer to this .
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