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Dears,
I attended my fifth (out of six years) year in a college other than the one which granted me the degree, and transferred my credit and were accepted but I had to do some extra unit to meet the requirements to pass the fifth year, so in the question regarding dates of attendance, years of attendance, and date of graduation... I filled the years of attendance with 6 (though I have attended one away, which I mentioned in the transferred credit part of application)... was this a mistake (should I have write 5??)?? Is It a big one??

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It's not a big mistake

It's not a grave mistake and they won't make problems about it.

Ideally you should have mentioned 6 years. But since you told them about the transferred credit then I don't think you will be in trouble.
 

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It's not a grave mistake and they won't make problems about it.

Ideally you should have mentioned 6 years. But since you told them about the transferred credit then I don't think you will be in trouble.
Thanks for your help...
really hoping that they won't make any trouble
 

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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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