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MCCEE on carms

benzylique

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    Hi,

    I am a IMG and will be applying for the Carms 2011 match. I got my results back from the MCCEE yesterday and overall it was a good score.

    In the carms application under examination, it ask whether or not you want to include your supplemental form which has a break down of your score. However, i only had a border line good medicine score and want to apply for Internal med.

    I just wanted to ask whether or not it's better to hide the break down or allow them to see the break down

    Any help or advice would be much appreciated!

    thanks:luck:
     

    Arb

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      I was wondering this myself. I included the feedback just in case they would view it as an incomplete submission or save them the trouble of asking for it later. Plus, the only reason not to include it would be if you have something to hide....it'll be obvious. What would you consider a borderline good medicine score?
       
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