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Hi i am IMG & just completed my D.DERM (Diploma in Dermatology)... Means i am a consultant now in my country.. now it is easy for me just get my opd started, but steps is my dream.. i am 2009 grad.. kindly guide me how can i start my steps prep.. i have KLN & its lect.. i have PASS programe of 2010 & DIT of 2011.... kindly guide me how can i beat this beast.. all ideas admired.. thanks in advance:sorry::sorry::sorry:
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Default request plz donot read this but plz give some comments also plz.. i am waiting

plz donot only read this plz give me the comments & advices so it will help to me plz gyz
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plz donot only read this plz give me the comments & advices so it will help to me plz gyz
Ya seems like a nice plan. why people not commenting because its a most asked question.
I think try to read some threads in this forum and get a basic idea about preparation materials preferred. Then go for some specific questions. This forum is full of experienced players of this field. You will really get some worth ed answers.
Hope you don't mind its just a suggestion to another fella.
Best of luck
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Hi i am IMG & just completed my D.DERM (Diploma in Dermatology)... Means i am a consultant now in my country.. now it is easy for me just get my opd started, but steps is my dream.. i am 2009 grad.. kindly guide me how can i start my steps prep.. i have KLN & its lect.. i have PASS programe of 2010 & DIT of 2011.... kindly guide me how can i beat this beast.. all ideas admired.. thanks in advance:sorry::sorry::sorry:
I am may be not right person to say that but If you are thinking for Dermatology residency then its one of the highly competed field of residency in US. So getting good scores and good amount of US clinical experience (USCE) should be your main priority.
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Thanks bro.... for replying it will very helpful for me...i know slot in dermatology is very difficult is usa, right now i am just thinking about step1 nothing more then that.... but plz guide me little bit that how many hrs i should study & what r the basic techniques for step 1 exam
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