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Question applying as student or graduate easier

hi every one...
i am img from India .will complete my mbbs in 2.5 months . i plan to take step 1 after 7months .do I need to register with ecfmg as a student now or after i graduate .will applying as a student need multiple paper works to be send for each exams or is applying as a graduate easier .
thanks a lot in advance
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hi every one...
i am img from India .will complete my mbbs in 2.5 months . i plan to take step 1 after 7months .do I need to register with ecfmg as a student now or after i graduate .will applying as a student need multiple paper works to be send for each exams or is applying as a graduate easier .
thanks a lot in advance
Hey! I think applying as a student is way easier because it only requires a few forms (I think maybe one form even!) but after you graduate you have to get all the forms together regardless. Seeing as to how you have 7 months it's plenty of time to do either.
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