USMLE means United States Medical Licensing Examination. You do not need a CV to take USMLE exams.After you enroll in an ECFMG-eligible medical school, you will need to register with ECFMG - Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates - to be eligible for USMLE exams. ECFMG will verify your educational credentials, assess your English language skills, and eventually, will certify you to apply to US medical residency training programs. Complete information is available on the ECFMG website.International medical students are eligible to take USMLE step 1 after they have satisfactorily completed two years of medical school at an ECFMG-eligible school. This is a basic science exam. It requires preparation. Beginning in 2022, this exam will be scored pass/fail.You will need a CV for your residency application file in six or seven years. The two things that will “help” your CV are 1. US clinical experience and 2. abstracts, publications and presentations resulting from your research experiences.
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