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Old 04-11-2012
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Announcement Matched Caribbean Student Offering USMLE Help

Hi All,

I'm a graduate of a foreign medical school (carib) and matched this year into a top 10 neurology residency. Until I start residency on June 30th, I have some free-time during which I will be doing freelance tutoring (princeton review SAT) and am also going to extend myself for help with USMLE prep. I can advise on step 1/2 and can also help as a study partner for CS.

I have a few friends who did not match, and I was successful in helping them find clinical research interviews (NYU, Mt. Sinai, Cornell, Einstein). So I can advise on this as well, or help you find something for yourself in your area.

The new ERAs season is a few months away and I know everyone is working on their personal statements--if you need someone to read it for you and give feedback, I am a native english speaker and can do so. If you like my feedback and would like me to edit your statements for you, I will do it for $50-$80 per statement (depending on how much needs to be fixed).

I'm a newly graduated broke medical student, so of course I'm going to charge a little in order to help myself out, but I promise it is not going to be anything outrageous as some other services. I honestly just want to help others out as I was in your shoes last year!

please email them to me at: stephelp09@gmail.com
my states: step 1: 241/99, step 2: 263/99, cs: pass on first attempt
30 neuro IV (went on 17), ~15 prelim IV (went on 10), got my #1 choice!
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Hi

I read through your post and was just wondering if you had any US Clinical Experience or research experience, or if you did your med school rotations in the US.

I am also looking to find a research position in the NYC- NJ area, as I live in Jersey City, NJ.

I would appreciate any help that you could provide me.

Thanks in advance.
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Hi All,

I'm a graduate of a foreign medical school (carib) and matched this year into a top 10 neurology residency. Until I start residency on June 30th, I have some free-time during which I will be doing freelance tutoring (princeton review SAT) and am also going to extend myself for help with USMLE prep. I can advise on step 1/2 and can also help as a study partner for CS.

I have a few friends who did not match, and I was successful in helping them find clinical research interviews (NYU, Mt. Sinai, Cornell, Einstein). So I can advise on this as well, or help you find something for yourself in your area.

The new ERAs season is a few months away and I know everyone is working on their personal statements--if you need someone to read it for you and give feedback, I am a native english speaker and can do so. If you like my feedback and would like me to edit your statements for you, I will do it for $50-$80 per statement (depending on how much needs to be fixed).

I'm a newly graduated broke medical student, so of course I'm going to charge a little in order to help myself out, but I promise it is not going to be anything outrageous as some other services. I honestly just want to help others out as I was in your shoes last year!

please email them to me at: stephelp09@gmail.com
my states: step 1: 241/99, step 2: 263/99, cs: pass on first attempt
30 neuro IV (went on 17), ~15 prelim IV (went on 10), got my #1 choice!
Hi Thanks a lot for extending help.
If you don't mind could you please post a review on how you studied for step 1 and tips?
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hello , am wondering if u have any advice to me , i am preparing for step 1 while busy with med school & will sit for it 7 months from now. Any advice ? Thnx alot
& let me say your grades r wonderful & u earned this amazing field, i like it too & wish to get there too. Thnx in advance
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