Given the stance taken by the 45th President of the United States, many graduates from International Medical Schools were apprehensive about the outcome of the USMLE match this year. The apprehensions were reflected by the fact that for the first time since 2013 there was a dip in the number of total applicants as well … Continue reading USMLE in times of Trump: How did the IMGs fare this time around?
This post has been long due, and I have been rather flattered that I received several "requests" for this post as a follow up to my previous ones; you can find the previous (recent) posts related to USMLE: US Budget FY 2014: Did the US Govt Make USMLE Tougher for IMGs? USMLE 2013 and IMGs: All … Continue reading USMLE Match 2013: Part 1: Positions per Applicant – Revealing the IMG Story
Right at the outset, I shall admit that this is a topic that is a little beyond my "safety net" of knowledge and hence, I may be slightly off-target with some of the assertions. I am reaching out a bit with this topic, but I have tried to do adequate reading up on this matter. … Continue reading US Budget FY 2014: Did the US Govt Make USMLE Tougher for IMGs?
I have pretty much been declared the official (Indian) USMLE rumor-monger by one of the most famous USMLE coaching institutes that held introductory classes to tell the masses what USMLE was all about. Thank you sir, you made my day. Now, again, another disclaimer. The last time I wrote about the USMLE match (this one: … Continue reading USMLE 2013 and IMGs: All That Glitters is NOT Gold
My attention was drawn to an article in the JAMA today (1) by one of my friends who is actively pursuing the USMLE route. And after reading this, I guess I have to admit that one now has to make haste in order to prevent waste. Now I have long been wanting to write about … Continue reading The USA Dream for IMGs: Coming to an end? Analysing the 2012 Match