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How long before taking the exam should i apply? Like if i want to take the exam in december then when is the best time to apply? 3 months ahead.?
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How long before taking the exam should i apply? Like if i want to take the exam in december then when is the best time to apply? 3 months ahead.?
USMLE and first aid recommend at least 2 months in advance.. but IF I were you I would apply now.. the scheduling permit they issue is of 1 year duration.. apply now and pick your tentative date for December or whatever.. that's what I did and I would advise you do as well!
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USMLE and first aid recommend at least 2 months in advance.. but IF I were you I would apply now.. the scheduling permit they issue is of 1 year duration.. apply now and pick your tentative date for December or whatever.. that's what I did and I would advise you do as well!
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the scheduling permit lasts for 1 year so you wouldn't want to wait till the last minute to start the application process
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