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Old 03-02-2016
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I'm IMG with no visa issues, just graduated, got step 1 score with 208, i did one year research in US, 3 month USCE,1 EXTERNSHIP and will have 1 publication soon with U.S doctors in one of the top ranked hospitals, 3 LOR... pleease i need your honest openion at my situation.. Should i continue with step 2 CK and CS... im aiming for FM or IM OR PSYCHIATRY...

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Hey,

yes I think you should definitely continue. Try for a high score in ck and a pass at first attempt for cs. It will show you're improvement and determination to do well and be a good doctor. Dont doubt yourself, if you think medicine is for you then dont give up. Hope that helped.
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Absolutely, carry on! i see no reason (no awful scores) to make you think otherwise.

Youve got "the rest" in pretty good shape, all you need to do is first: trust in yourself, second: aim high in CK to make you feel better about yourself. It will take time, it wont be easy but with patience you will prevail. Stay calm and do what you love.

Hope everything goes the way you want it !

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Good luck for u
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