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Release step 2?

TM1313

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Jan 31, 2013
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Hi, just wanted to see what your opinions are on this. So I just finished all my interviews. My step 1 score was in the mid 240s. Decent LORs, etc. however, I have a bad step 2 score that I have been holding (210s). I was just asked if I could release my score through eras. Should I just release it now because it doesn't make a difference at this point or should I just keep holding onto it? Thanks!


Btw, I've told the program my score during the interview.
 

radsradsrads

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Oct 30, 2012
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Only one program asked you to release it? How important is that one program to you? I predict that if you don't release it you won't end up at that program.

Also, how many other programs have you verbally told your score to?

If a bunch of programs don't know about it and that one program isn't VERY VERY important to you, I personally wouldn't release it. Shoot yourself in the foot at a bunch of places possibly. You may even get the program that is requesting it given that you already told them what it was, although I think that is unlikely.
 
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