Its not weird at all...
The more tests you take while everything is fresh is smart.Thanks for replying...
here's my situation:
im US born
i did m.b.b.s. from pakistan
and now im in the US preparing for my steps and i have all the material
i will be moving to australia in a few years....
although i could give the amc, i don't see any harm in doing the steps and then moving to australia but i feel like im alone in this situation:toosad:.......but im excited about moving to australia cuz that's where my future hubby lives
But really this is all very confusing for me at times
Thanks for ur reply and that is really valuable info...i'll give the AMC right after step 2cs......i just hope i do really well:sorry:here is the thing
one doctor here in his usmle orientation i go to
he says when you prepare for step 2 cs you should also prepare for Canadian and Australian cause it is the same so in one trip you go to USA, Canada and Australia
and thus you will be certified for 3 not one only
how is that
Thanks ... its nice to know someone out there doesnt think im off my rocker to be giving so many exams!!! hehehehe)The more tests you take while everything is fresh is smart.
I know I won't be moving to any other country orther than usa or canada, so there is no reason for me to take any other counties Medical exams, otherwise, I would.
I'm sure you are not alone.
actually even if u have passed the usmle, which is recognized by the Australian medical authority , u still have to go under what is called , work place based assessment , it means that all the cost and study of the usmle will only enable u to skip the amc part one exam , which is said to be much easier the usmle in general
Regarding internal medicine, what are the advantages/benefits of choosing Australia rather than USA.