Where da USMLE 3 forums at?

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  1. vampire_D

    vampire_D New Member

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    Wouldn't it be nice to have one here?
     
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  3. tedsadoc2002

    tedsadoc2002 Senior Member

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    interesting idea.

    p.s. does anyone know when one becomes eligible to take comlex step 3? Unfortunately (and as usual) the website didn't give much info and I thought I searched it fairly thoroughly. Anyone with a clue, please post. Thanks.

    PGY-1
    Emergency Medicine
    somewhere in the city :cool: :cool: :cool:
     
  4. NuMD97

    NuMD97 Senior Member

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    I suggested this to Lee some weeks back. No response as of yet. Maybe more folks should clamor for it? Just a thought.
     
  5. Sheerstress

    Sheerstress Senior Member

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    USMLE Part 3 is administered through your state's medical board, as opposed to the first two exams, which were done through your school.

    Go to <a href="http://www.fsmb.org" target="_blank">www.fsmb.org</a> and click on "USMLE" to get the scoop on Part 3.

    Sheerstress
     
  6. ckent

    ckent Banned
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    Sometimes having too many forums doesn't work very well because people won't check all the forums everytime the are on SDN. I am preparing to take the USMLE 1, and most of the people that respond in that forum are people either preparing to take the USMLE or have just taken the USMLE and haven't gotten their scores back. It would be nice to get some feedback from some USMLE veterans, but I think people stop reading specific forums once they are done with whatever the forum is about and no longer need advice about it. If you kept it all in one forum, then the veterans might stop in and reply once in a while if they saw an interesting topic. That's just my opinion, anyways.
     
  7. Devdas

    Devdas Senior Member

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    Check this one

    <a href="http://go.to/usmleforums" target="_blank">http://go.to/usmleforums</a>
     

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