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I am preparing for Step 3 and want to apply, I read on some old forum posts that it's important to apply in certain states because they don't have special requirements.... is this still true nowadays? And where do I indicate the state I want to apply through? I could not find anything on the subject on the FSMB website


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Hello

I am preparing for Step 3 and want to apply, I read on some old forum posts that it's important to apply in certain states because they don't have special requirements.... is this still true nowadays? And where do I indicate the state I want to apply through? I could not find anything on the subject on the FSMB website


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most of us apply to CT as it has very less paperwork requirements. it does not matter which state you apply and which state y take exam. neither has it any specific future consequences
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I am preparing for Step 3 and want to apply, I read on some old forum posts that it's important to apply in certain states because they don't have special requirements.... is this still true nowadays? And where do I indicate the state I want to apply through? I could not find anything on the subject on the FSMB website


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There is no longer a requirement to apply for the Step 3 through a state board. You now apply directly through FSMB.
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