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Author: dev_vedPostPosted:     Post subject:

hi ash b plz tell me abt sports medicine residency ther its tough 2 get? n
wts d scope in us

Author: naveen077PostPosted:     Post subject:

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Author: sanju_241 PostPosted:     Post subject:

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dev_ved wrote:
hi ash b plz tell me abt sports medicine residency ther its tough 2 get? n
wts d scope in us


its a super specialty in USA

Author: guessif PostPosted:     Post subject:

thank u

Author: targetaiiims13 PostPosted:     Post subject: Debate: Indian PG Vs USMLE [#]

is it worth preparing for usmle.....frendz plz suggest.....

Author: xcxcxc PostPosted:     Post subject:

if you ve done some
USCE,

you are rich,

Can wait for a couple of years,

and satisfied with a non surgical branch.

Then ofcourse its worth,

even a hospitalist earn around 2.5 lakh dollars per annum over there,

and working conditions are great, but then its pretty much lonely too.

I was there for 3 months last year at Phily, but i then decided to stay back at India. I'm frm UP , USA is nice but you would always feel that this
is not the american dream that you have always wanted.

Nevertheless working conditions in our country and pay scales do ^*&^*,
but i am more into surgery kind of things and its very difficult to get into surgery over there, and some times i missed India and my family too, for that i 've decided to stay back.

And Its you who's gotta decide.Good luck.

Author: targetaiiims13 PostPosted:     Post subject:

thanks....

Author: rahulanandpmch14 PostPosted:     Post subject:

great compilation...with superb listing of pro's n cons

Author: sid18 PostPosted:     Post subject:

Nice info

Author: sid18 PostPosted:     Post subject:

Nice info

Author: varshitha PostPosted:     Post subject:

u summed it up in a very good way. thanks a lot icon_smile.gif

Author: shrutit PostPosted:     Post subject:

Wow! So I'm not alone. guess thats the best feeling in the world! Hope I'd read this thread looong loong ago.
Thanks a lot all of you!

Author: mini05 PostPosted:     Post subject:

THANKKSS...GOOD INFO..CLEARED MY DOUBTS icon_smile.gif

Author: rockstardelhi PostPosted:     Post subject:

hey, my question is little innocent. i have decided to prepare for USMLE, i am in final MBBS year. if everything went well, i would be in USA soon for residency and then job.
But i am only child of my parents, and i am gonna miss them alot, vice-versa
so, i have to come back india after few years, thats possible.
but what if i don't wanna come back to india? my future will be better there than in india., so, my question is simple, will it be possible by any means that i could call my parents to USA to stay with me permanently ?

Author: usmle12345 PostPosted:     Post subject:

Yes, you can call your parents to stay with you. Initially you can apply for a multiple entry tourist visa for them. They would be able to stay for a period of 3-6 months at a time with you. Then later, when you settle down financially, you can sponsor them and call them for longer durations at a time.

Additionally, if they would like to stay for longer duration on a tourist visa, they can get a Canadian visa as well and visit Canada for a few days and come back to US.

That's really nice of you to think about them. Good luck

Author: kalra PostPosted:     Post subject:

usmle12345 wrote:
Yes, you can call your parents to stay with you. Initially you can apply for a multiple entry tourist visa for them. They would be able to stay for a period of 3-6 months at a time with you. Then later, when you settle down financially, you can sponsor them and call them for longer durations at a time.

Additionally, if they would like to stay for longer duration on a tourist visa, they can get a Canadian visa as well and visit Canada for a few days and come back to US.

That's really nice of you to think about them. Good luck
My dear young boy i think u haven't done a research before planning mle..honorable health minister gulam nabi azad has passed a law that every indian will have to return to india after residency..that's compulsory..i hope u know this

Author: rockstardelhi PostPosted:     Post subject:

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Author: rockstardelhi PostPosted:     Post subject:

kalra wrote:
usmle12345 wrote:
Yes, you can call your parents to stay with you. Initially you can apply for a multiple entry tourist visa for them. They would be able to stay for a period of 3-6 months at a time with you. Then later, when you settle down financially, you can sponsor them and call them for longer durations at a time.

Additionally, if they would like to stay for longer duration on a tourist visa, they can get a Canadian visa as well and visit Canada for a few days and come back to US.

That's really nice of you to think about them. Good luck
My dear young boy i think u haven't done a research before planning mle..honorable health minister gulam nabi azad has passed a law that every indian will have to return to india after residency..that's compulsory..i hope u know this

I am totally losing interest in USMLE since I posted this question. When I started to research, I found its almost impossible to get residency seat after passing exam from 2015. And now this news. So I am totally discouraged. God knows why people are still preparing for USMLE

Author: yc PostPosted:     Post subject:

Dear rockstardelhi,
First of all best of luck for your final year icon_smile.gif
Wat did u mean by ' its almost impossible to get residency in US after 2015'?? .......

Author: rockstardelhi PostPosted:     Post subject:

I read some articles, they are saying large number of AMG passing this year, so no chance of getting into residency for IMGs

Author: aggraganya PostPosted:     Post subject: US PG not recognized by MCI

I am surprised, i was thinking PG from 5 English speaking countries(US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) were recognized by MCI

Author: dreamsearch123 PostPosted:     Post subject:

useful

Author: Ajay1919 PostPosted:     Post subject:

US PG is recognised as govt has published notification already.

though McI has not published a Gazette notification that's why it is not under effect

but I m sure that if u go to court then u will win

so for all practical purpose think it recognised

Author: 21Blackjack PostPosted:     Post subject:

thank you .....

Author: doctorpower PostPosted:     Post subject:

For future aspirants!!

Just remember one thing... You are not a product of my circumstances. You are a product of my decisions.

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Author: doctorpower PostPosted:     Post subject:

Your**

Author: doctor_ind PostPosted:     Post subject:

AshB do u still visit these threads?

Author: sugadev PostPosted:     Post subject:

Hi,
Thanks you for helping students like us. You are doing a very good job. I want to give a try at both USMLE and AIPGME. My query is that "Are the format and questioning patterns in these exams same or different? Would I have to adopt different methods of preparation for them? Would preparing for one exam help in preparing for the other?"

Author: Jiraiyagaara PostPosted:     Post subject:

Hai ashb..
I m joining md pathology in andhra pradesh in 2015 may n i m lukin fprward to doing residency in pathology in us.is resindency in pathology attainable to img??n is it a gud idea??

Author: Jiraiyagaara PostPosted:     Post subject:

Hai ashb..
I m joining md pathology in andhra pradesh in 2015 may n i m lukin fprward to doing residency in pathology in us.is resindency in pathology attainable to img??n is it a gud idea??
Plz help me

Author: wonderland_25 PostPosted:     Post subject:

thanku

Author: abhinireen PostPosted:     Post subject:

9 yrs ago??

Author: drA2014 PostPosted:     Post subject:

Very informative post.



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