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i am very depressed i failed ck exam and this is my first exam i don;t test step 1 or cs yet (i am img) . i have some question please someone answer me i am really confused

can i repeat ck exam ??

when i can repeat it ??

if i can repeat it , when i go to the match it appear that i fail in the first time ??

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Heh... a long way ahead of you. You have to have all of your documents ready for the whole matching process which I believe starts in September. You need Step 1, Step 2CK and Step 2 CS. Every single one of these exams is a big challenge for IMGs. Take your time and don't think like I did, that It is enough to study for a couple weeks in between exams. Some people, unfortunately have to take many attempts to pass. Base your decision on taking the exams on assessment exams that you can find online.
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Heh... a long way ahead of you. You have to have all of your documents ready for the whole matching process which I believe starts in September. You need Step 1, Step 2CK and Step 2 CS. Every single one of these exams is a big challenge for IMGs. Take your time and don't think like I did, that It is enough to study for a couple weeks in between exams. Some people, unfortunately have to take many attempts to pass. Base your decision on taking the exams on assessment exams that you can find online.
thank u very much but in the match it will appear that i fail in this exam if i pass it later ??
or it will appear the number of attempts ??
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thank u very much but in the match it will appear that i fail in this exam if i pass it later ??
or it will appear the number of attempts ??
Sorry to hear that. Keep pushing. Study harder and next time you'll do great. Would you ming sharing your NBME and UWSA scores and your final score with us? Thanks and good luck!!
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thank u very much but in the match it will appear that i fail in this exam if i pass it later ??
or it will appear the number of attempts ??
to answer your questions Yazan, yes you can repeat ur exam again ofc but i dont know how soon u can retake. If you retake ur exam and pass, it will unfortunately appear in ur application that u passed from 2nd attempt. However dont let this put u down. Even though this is not the best thing to have in ur application, but ppl do get matched (after passing after 2nd attempts), so it is possible. Just try to take your time next time u prepare and dont rush into the exam until u know u r ready.
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thx u very much all of u i did usmle word self assessment my score was 221
i didn;t do nbme
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