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Old 10-25-2010
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Calendar years since graduation

years since graduation does it count the internship year
i graduated in dec 2007 i did my internship from march 2008 to march 2009
so how many years since my graduation
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Arrow It's the date on your Diploma

Years from graduation is counted from the date of your Diploma and final medical school transcript.



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Old 05-28-2013
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Years from graduation is counted from the date of your Diploma and final medical school transcript.
sorry to bump such an old thread but i wanted to ask you something about the same and didnt want to create a new thread :
I GRADUATED ON JULY 2011 , if I am applying for the 2016 match in sept 2015 how will my YOG be calculated? will it be 4 or 5?i am not planning to apply for 2015's match since by then i will have my results but no externships...
thanks for your time and reply.
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sorry to bump such an old thread but i wanted to ask you something about the same and didnt want to create a new thread :
I GRADUATED ON JULY 2011 , if I am applying for the 2016 match in sept 2015 how will my YOG be calculated? will it be 4 or 5?i am not planning to apply for 2015's match since by then i will have my results but no externships...
thanks for your time and reply.
5 years since after July.
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5 years since after July.
Even if i am applying in sept 2015?
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Hello guys! do you know how much the medical school transcripts and the years that it took to graduate influence the probabilities of matching for an IMG? (I am a US citizen). For example if it took 8 years for me to graduate instead of 6 will this be a big problem even if I have a good reason? Plus my Medical school hasn't been recognized from the Cali board yet while it is from the World directory of medical schools. Should I be preoccupied?
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Default french graduate needs some help!

Hi everyone!
I'm a french graduate, I have a question about the date of graduation.
Actually we awarded after the 6th year of med school a diploma that the ecfmg considers as a graduation. For me it was in sept 2012. But we have 3 years or more of residency to do, and submit a thesis before really beeing considered as graduated and get a practice licence in the same way.
So I have sent a mail to the credential service who answered I should refer to their graduation guide online. But a friend of mine submitted to the credential service her year of graduation as the year of thesis (so 4 years after graduation in the mean for the ecfmg) and it was ok since she passed the step1 and review the step 2.
So my question is what should I do?
Submit the diploma awarded in 2012 or the other after the thesis in 2016?
Thank you very much for your help!
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