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Old 03-12-2013
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hello every boday I am IMG and have 5 moths us experience
passed CS first attemp but my scarry problem is that I failed with step 2 ck and looking to do it again.

But my question is should I continou the way (this is my dream) to us residency or change it because I will have step 2 ck with 2nd attemp...

plz advise me and help me
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hello every boday I am IMG and have 5 moths us experience
passed CS first attemp but my scarry problem is that I failed with step 2 ck and looking to do it again.

But my question is should I continou the way (this is my dream) to us residency or change it because I will have step 2 ck with 2nd attemp...

plz advise me and help me
depends which residency you are looking to get into and also how good your Step 1 score is already.
Taking Step 2 again is not a good thing, but many people get residencies in primary care even having it failed the 1st time. The key is to destroy the test when you take it the second time. if you feel like you have the capability to score above average (>237), then I would say go for it.

Not trying to be mean, but merely giving you honest advice.
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Don't give up,try to know what do you missed in your preperation and study really hard you have to get a good score.
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Don't give up! Just cause you failed it doesn't mean you give up. Keep at it. Learn from your mistakes and try taking CK again. Just make sure you are ready this time
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