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Hi everyone,

How do we register, as an IMG, for the exact date and exact venue outside US? Which website do we go to, and do we have to pay for the USMLEs first before deciding on the exact date within the exam period? I'm worried that I pay for my exams and then realize that I can't pick the exact preferred date of examination.

Really sorry, this is probably in the set of instructions, but I'm rushing for time, and would really appreciate it if someone more knowledgeable on this matter could help me out.. thank you so much!!
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Hi everyone,

How do we register, as an IMG, for the exact date and exact venue outside US? Which website do we go to, and do we have to pay for the USMLEs first before deciding on the exact date within the exam period? I'm worried that I pay for my exams and then realize that I can't pick the exact preferred date of examination.

Really sorry, this is probably in the set of instructions, but I'm rushing for time, and would really appreciate it if someone more knowledgeable on this matter could help me out.. thank you so much!!
In order:
yes u have to pay them first
get ur document verified
then wait for scheduling permit
choose date and venue via prometric website
Give the exam!

if u apply say 2-3 months in advance u can get ur desired date dont worry
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