If you want to do IM at a competitive program and you did not do well in IM 3rd year, you will want to do IM sub I as early as possible. You want to honor your sub-I and get a letter of rec prior to when applications go out in September and October. Programs will want to see that you can function as an intern, which is more important than how you did during third year.vacation said:Hi, I have a follow-up question
My 3rd year clinical grade in IM wasn't the best and i want to really do well as a 4th year since I've decided on IM. Does anyone have any tips?
Also, i wanted to know when the best time to do the sub-I is, is November too late or would sept be better?
Thanks for your help..........