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Questions about the United States Medical Licensing Examination

Residency Program Alert, June 23, 2017

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by Deepak Gupta, MD, anesthesiology clinical assistant professor; and Sarwan Kumar, MD, internal medicine assistant professor, Wayne State University, Detroit

After enrolling in medical school, future physicians in the United States undergo multiple examinations before they are allowed to independently practice medicine. These examinations and processes involve medical licensing examinations, medical residency selection processes, in-training examinations (ITE) during residency, and medical specialty board certification examinations after residency.

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