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Question ERAS application - USMLE step 2 CS

Hey guys,

This question might have been answered previously, but do programs consider applications without the USMLE step 2 CS? I gave it on September 11, and my grade would not come up before December 3rd :S. Would I still be considered for interviews?

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Yes - absolutely, many programs will consider you for interviews without having sat CS or having ECFMG certification. I don't have CS sat yet and I have interviews.
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Yes - absolutely, many programs will consider you for interviews without having sat CS or having ECFMG certification. I don't have CS sat yet and I have interviews.
hey,

thanks for your reply. Are you an AMG or IMG?

If you dont mind me asking, where are you interviewing?

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IMG.
Check out the 2014 match interview thread for a discussion on where we're interviewing.
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sorry - the internal medicine thread
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