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Unhappy Failed CS Attempt. Low Step1 score. Should I continue?

Hi Everyone!

I have a 202 on step 1 and I recently failed step 2 CS. Is it worth continuing this path? Does a good score on Step 2 CK and some good research experience apart from the 2 months hands-on USCE I have, help me get some interviews??
Please:sorry: suggest if it is really worth taking the CS again. I do have a PD contact but since its all thru match, he may not be able to help me much . All suggestions are welcome.
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Hi Everyone!

I have a 202 on step 1 and I recently failed step 2 CS. Is it worth continuing this path? Does a good score on Step 2 CK and some good research experience apart from the 2 months hands-on USCE I have, help me get some interviews??
Please:sorry: suggest if it is really worth taking the CS again. I do have a PD contact but since its all thru match, he may not be able to help me much . All suggestions are welcome.
I'm very sorry for situation, but don't give up. Research experience helps, as do some clinical attachment.
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