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Indiana University School of Medicine General Surgery Residency Program



Specialty: General Surgery
Program name: Indiana University School of Medicine Program
Program code: 440-17-21-103
NRMP Code: 1187440C0, 1187440P0
Program type: Community-based university affiliated hospital
State: Indiana
Address: Indiana University School of Medicine, Emerson Hall 202,
                 545 Barnhill Dr, Indianapolis, IN  46202
Phone: (317) 274-4966
Fax: (317) 274-8769


To increase your chances to match in General Surgery and save your money you must check these requirements before applying to this program. If you don’t meet their requirements, then it is less likely you will be invited to an interview:


Percentage of IMGs in the program: AMG click here OR IMG click here

Minimum USMLE Step 1 Score Requirement: AMG click here OR IMG click here
 
Minimum USMLE Step 2 Score Requirement: AMG click here OR IMG click here
 
Attempts on any step: AMG click here OR IMG click here
 
CS required at time of application: AMG click here OR IMG click here

USCE Requirement: AMG click here OR IMG click here

Cut-Off time since graduation: AMG click here OR IMG click here

Program offers couple match: AMG click here OR IMG click here
 
Visas Sponsored or accepted: AMG click here OR IMG click here

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Hotels to stay in during interviews:

Interviews Questions and Answers: CLICK HERE



The residency programs use ERAS filters with the above criteria to call applicants for interviews and then rank them accordingly in the NRMP system to match a resident. We did wide research on all the criteria set during the residency match in the previous years. We also contacted all program directors, coordinators, faculty and residents to get the up-to-date match statistics and programs requirements.