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Old 09-29-2013
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Hello it is my first time to write here guys..nice to be with u all..
i am a new IMG..YOG 2013..i am planning to take USMLE exams and i hope i will be ready to apply on september 2015..i am almost free and my results at step 2 CK mock exams are so, i am question is:
if i got a very high marks in ck and step 1..and if i passed cs from 1st attempt..
what is my chance to get matched supposing that i have no LOR from publications?? i.e nothing except high marks and recent graduation year(that will be 2 years since i have been graduated)?? i appreciate any help..thank u all
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Its just a question of trying and going till the end. To be honest, nobody can predict ur chances. Try your level best and make ur cv look unique & impressive. Come back to this forum with ur actual scores and then prediction by senior members of this forum may help u.We all had such doubts when we started. Once u have started, don't ever look back.
all the best .
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You will have good chances if you have high USMLE scores and being fresh graduate even if you don't have USCE.

But when you do USCE and get US LoR your chances are doubled.

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