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Old 07-01-2012
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Certificate I have two MSPEs!

My MSPE was made at two different times.
I got made few sections of it last year because i needed it to apply for clerkships. and the rest of it i got it made just a few months ago. so basically now it has two different dates on it. will that be a problem? or should just attach the recent portion of it on my ERAS application? ( which is basically just 3 pages)
plz some one, a weird situation I am in
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Old 07-02-2012
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If the recent MSPE includes data about your performances in all the med school year then that's it, use it.

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