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There are many components involved in making a competitive residency application. Much more than only USMLE Scores.

Some other important things are:
1) US Clinical experience (NOT OBSERVERSHIPS)
2) Publications in peer reviewed, indexed journals
3) High Quality Paperwork like PS, CV etc.
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Thank you for these interesting instructions. Can you kindly give more details about what you mean by "Having a strong presence on google showing your accomplishments"?

Does it mean that I would instruct the program directors to google my name? What are they supposed to see then?


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