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What should be put in Dates of Education in Medical Education section? Below, from month & year is m1 / y1, to month & year is m2 / y2. Is it:

- The dates officially published by the school (i.e. you were supposed to enroll on m1 / y1, the school has program that lasts 4 years ending on m2 / y2)
- The same as above, but including repeated years. E.g. if the school was supposed to last 4 years from m1 / y1 to m2 / y2, but you repeated 2 years, so you put m1 / y1 to m2 / (y2 + 2)
- If you had a gap (e.g. due to military service or illness), do you add that to "To Month" or still keep the "expected" dates?
- Use the dates from enrollment to your last exam
- The dates from enrollment to your graduation paper (i.e. when you actually got the certificate)
- Anything else?

Anybody with such or similar experiences, what did you put?
 

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Unless I'm misunderstanding you, you are over thinking this. Date you started to date you finished. So if you repeated years, you would include those extra years.
 

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What should be put in Dates of Education in Medical Education section? Below, from month & year is m1 / y1, to month & year is m2 / y2. Is it:

- The dates officially published by the school (i.e. you were supposed to enroll on m1 / y1, the school has program that lasts 4 years ending on m2 / y2)
- The same as above, but including repeated years. E.g. if the school was supposed to last 4 years from m1 / y1 to m2 / y2, but you repeated 2 years, so you put m1 / y1 to m2 / (y2 + 2)
- If you had a gap (e.g. due to military service or illness), do you add that to "To Month" or still keep the "expected" dates?
- Use the dates from enrollment to your last exam
- The dates from enrollment to your graduation paper (i.e. when you actually got the certificate)
- Anything else?

Anybody with such or similar experiences, what did you put?
The first day you had a class (or orientation) until the day you had a graduation ceremony. You're way overthinking it.