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Question Four types of programs in Brookdale!

While I am selecting programs to apply to, I got across types of training in Brookdale Uni, it was confusing. They have four options; Catergorial, PGY 1, PGY2, and three year program..!

Can anyone tell me the difference?

Please reply to me urgently if you know

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Can you send us a screenshot of what you've seen in ERAS? so that we can help you better.

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I think they made a mistake in their ERAS profile.
PGY2 position can not be categorical, it has to be advanced, and there's no pediatrics advanced!
I suggest you choose all the options and then see what happens if they send you an interview.

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