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finished officially in december 2004 although actually finished my exam in jan 2005
internship from march 2005 to 2006
so when applying in match septemper 2012 what s my years graduation number?
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I guess years since graduation means that you count the years that have passed since the year they issued your medical diploma.
What year did you received your diploma?????
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it is written that after finishing my exams in dec 2004
they decided to give me the certificate in dec 2005
and the signature is march 2006 which is the date of finishing my internship
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But a diploma should have a date. Wich is the date that appears in your diploma.????
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It is the date that appears on the diploma, I heard that in many forums, even though some countires have an obligatory internship year after graduation, but still the GD is supposedly the one on the diploma..
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