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Hey guys! I haven't been really active on this forum for a while now. I was just going through the residency match threads. Congratulations to the people who matched

You guys are a source of inspiration for all of us.

Well as for myself, I will be applying in 2015 for Neurology. I recently did electives in neurology at Case western reserve university. I don't know about a lot of IMG friendly neuro programs. I only know about case and the one at Toledo.

I would really appreciate if you guys could give me a list of such programs so that I could look them up and do some research.

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I think its always best to create your own list. Go through FRIEDA to find all the programs in each state that you are interested in applying to. Look up individual websites of each program, and you'll come across the "APPLICATION PROCESS" link, click it and you'll find everything you need. Programs change their requirements regularly with regards to step scores cut-off, YOG cut-off, what type of visa's they sponsor (or if they dont), and how much and what kind of USCE is required (if required). No one but your own personal research will land you the results that are specific for your application - I encourage you and everyone else to do your own search and make your own list. Best time to do this is August. By then most programs have finalized their criteria for upcoming year and updated the websites accordingly. Good luck.
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I think its always best to create your own list. Go through FRIEDA to find all the programs in each state that you are interested in applying to. Look up individual websites of each program, and you'll come across the "APPLICATION PROCESS" link, click it and you'll find everything you need. Programs change their requirements regularly with regards to step scores cut-off, YOG cut-off, what type of visa's they sponsor (or if they dont), and how much and what kind of USCE is required (if required). No one but your own personal research will land you the results that are specific for your application - I encourage you and everyone else to do your own search and make your own list. Best time to do this is August. By then most programs have finalized their criteria for upcoming year and updated the websites accordingly. Good luck.
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