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I am planning to apply for pathology residency next year. I really need to have your advice on my chances to get a spot
- I am an IMG
- Graduated 6 years ago
- i am and will be on visa in the US ( no green card)
- step 1: 220
- stp 2: 226
- cs: passed
- 2.5 years experience of doing research in the US with 1.5 year of it be devoted to pathology.
- I can get recommendation letters from 1 pathologist in the US, and also 2 associate professors in the department of Pathology.
What I am worried about is that:
- i have never done any post graduate degree in this field . Also I haven't done pathology residency in my home country.
- I have about 10 or more publications but just 2 of them can be related to pathology ( i am working more in cytogenetics and molecular pathology field).
I really don't know what is my chance to get a spot. i am pretty much open to apply to any program and go anywhere in the US.
I really appreciate any help from you .
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