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Hi,

Can any one advice me about the certificates and documents I have to have ready before applying for the residency match?
I am an IMG.

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Hi,

Can any one advice me about the certificates and documents I have to have ready before applying for the residency match?
I am an IMG.

Thanks
Bugsandcells, does your school not provide that? If not, take a look at this: http://www.ecfmg.org/eras/applicants-index.html
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A simplified explanation of all the ERAS application materials is available at: http://blog.matcharesident.com/the-e...ts-break-down/

This article was written for the 2015-16 Match Season but will give you a good idea of what each part is, and what to do with it.

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