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What's the cost of applying to programs? (not talking about the travel/room/board costs, just the ERAS fee)
 

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Every program you apply has a separate cost, regardless of their prelim/advanced category.

Of course applying to 20 prelimIM and 20 Derm is far cheaper that apply to 40 IM only., check this out.. https://www.residencyplace.com/ErasCalcPage.aspx , Don't look at the specialties, just put in two separate Slots how many prelims and how many advanced programs you plan to apply.
 

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Every program you apply has a separate cost, regardless of their prelim/advanced category.

Of course applying to 20 prelimIM and 20 Derm is far cheaper that apply to 40 IM only., check this out.. https://www.residencyplace.com/ErasCalcPage.aspx , Don't look at the specialties, just put in two separate Slots how many prelims and how many advanced programs you plan to apply.

Thanks. That website looks pretty interesting.
 
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