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Question Year of Graduation cut off?

If i am 8 yrs graduted but no gaps in my cv as i did home residency
so can i apply to programs with cutoff less than 5 yrs? they ll understand,
they ll not consider any previous experience as they put cutoff
or it will be electronically filtered?
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Best way is to write/talk to program coordinator and seek clarification before applying.Some programs accept residency training time and some don't.
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Best way is to write/talk to program coordinator and seek clarification before applying.Some programs accept residency training time and some don't.
U mean to email him ?program director?
From now to save time?
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Most probably your application will be automatically filtered.

Therefore, as doc.mav advised you, contact the programs now before application and see if they tell you OK apply.

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