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    How to Master the USMLE Step 1 – Kindle Edition

    By askdoc / August 7, 2012

      Hello Everyone. I am happy to announce that the Kindle Edition of my book ‘How to Master the USMLE Step 1: Askdoc’s Method of USMLE Prep’ is now available for sale at Amazon for only US$ 9.99 ($11.99 in some territories).   However, before I talk more about it, I would like to ask […]

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      New ECFMG Program Provides Support and Service to International Medical Graduates

      By meliza / July 8, 2012

        ECFMG® is pleased to announce the launch of the ECFMG Certificate Holders Office (ECHO), a new program that provides support and service to ECFMG-certified physicians, and physicians about to be certified, as they plan their careers. ECHO expands on the resources offered by ECFMG’s former Acculturation Program. ECHO provides free resources that allow international […]

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        Aiming for a 99: Importance of the Learning Phase

        By askdoc / May 15, 2012

        Normally if you are a fresh graduate or third year medical student, you can skip the learning phase and proceed directly to mastery phase. While it is imperative for old graduates to go through a formal learning phase. The exception is if you are aiming for a 99, then you need a formal learning phase. […]

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          IMG Performance in the 2012 Match

          By meliza / March 27, 2012

          For the tenth consecutive year, the number of first-year (PGY-1) residency positions offered through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) Main Residency Match increased. A total of 24,034 first-year positions were offered in the 2012 Match. This represents an increase of 613 positions compared to last year and an increase of more than 3,400 positions […]

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            ERAS®: Electronic Residency Application Service

            By meliza / March 20, 2012

            What is ERAS? The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) developed the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) to allow medical school students and graduates to apply electronically for residency positions in accredited U.S. programs of graduate medical education. Students and graduates of U.S. medical schools/programs are assisted in the ERAS process by the Dean’s office […]

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