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Old 02-27-2014
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Question reapplying for the CS examination

Hi, i took both CK and CS exams in 2013. Unfortunately i failed in both.
Now i m reapplying for both the exams.

I hav a doubt regarding item 5 of online application:

5. Other Examination History and Applicant Numbers
Have you ever submitted an application to the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) for a Part or Step
examination?
NBME Part or USMLE Step Applicant
Identification Number

I submitted my application to ECFMG not NBME for all my steps. But since this is my second attempt what should i answer - yes or no. Kindly help me. I m filling the form right now, so any help will be deeply appreciated.
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I think the answer is no, because like you said, you applied tthorugh ECFMG and not NBME.
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It's confirmed. The answer is no.

Question/Item Number 5; Have you ever submitted an application to the NBME?

I remember having answered no to this part when I applied to the other steps. Got a little paranoid so I checked again. Whew!
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thanx a million
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