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Originally posted by cedricw
There is no way of sugarcoating this, but no there is no hope. As an FMG you may be able to get a gen surg spot, but ENT and other competitive fields are pretty much out of the question.
Originally posted by @70mphC2005--->
you can check www.nrmp.org to get match statistics. i just briefly reviewed it and i think there was 1 fmg that matched this year in ent and 1 fmg that matched last year. so yes it does happen, but i don't know what kind of students these are that do match
Hi there. It seems we are in the same boat. I am an IMG with scores of 96 and 95 in step 1 & 2 respectively. I have been working in Otolaryngology for the last 10 years. I have yet to apply for a residency. How many programs did you apply to and what criteria you used to select your list of programs?sdn2002 said:My background is:
Previously finished Otolaryngology in my home country.
Published 6 articles in US ENT journals.
Tried before once but got zero invitation for interviews.
Have visa requirements.
Any further suggestions?
Can I just work as a PA in ENT?
thanks for all your suggestions.