Contrition and a good, honest client portend great results. My USMLE client traveled very far for this hearing in Philadelphia. She was nervous, but testified credibly, confidently, and sympathetically. She testified about medical issues, significant many personal issues, including some financial difficulties.
She admitted oversight and failing to read the The USMLE Bulletin of Information. However, the most important part of our presentation is that she accepted responsibility for the error, and reiterated her overwhelming health, personal, and financial issues at the time of the electronic submission.
“Following careful consideration of all of the information available, the CIR elected not to issue a finding of irregular behavior. Accordingly, an annotation of irregular behavior will not be entered on your record with respect to this incident.”
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