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hello guys. ive been facing a lot of problems with getting the documentation ready. two main problems are
-the mumps IgG titer coming negative
-the college officials have mentioned s/o instead of d/o in my transcript, even after telling them to change it.
will these two be a huge problem?
and how can i rectify these?
please help im in a fix.
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hello guys. ive been facing a lot of problems with getting the documentation ready. two main problems are
-the mumps IgG titer coming negative
-the college officials have mentioned s/o instead of d/o in my transcript, even after telling them to change it.
will these two be a huge problem?
and how can i rectify these?
please help im in a fix.
First of all relax. If Mumps is coming out to be negative get an MMR vaccine atleast the first dose and tell the clerkship coordinator that you'll be getting the second dose on this date after which you will provide them the required proof.

Now the transcript, if it's possible go to your college and get it corrected. If not then Don't worry about it and simply apply to the program of your choice. I don't think it will matter much as long as your name is written correctly.
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