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What are my chances?

I'm not sure if this is the correct place to post this (so please let me know if there is a better spot).

Current MS3 at a top 50 medical school in the NE
Mostly honors preclinical 
Third year clerkships have all been HP thus far
Research: 1 poster presentation (non-urology), 2 AUA abstracts during undergraduate 
Extracurricular: longitudinal leadership and community service throughout medical school
Step 1: 241
 

What are my chances of matching in urology in general? When should I take Step 2 CK?

 

Thanks!

What are my chances?

Apologies in advance.

MD school in Northeast, not an illustrious one.
Low 220's step 1
-4 abstracts in AUA, ACS, 1 psych abstract
-asked to present at AUA this year
-Clerkships 3rd year- HP in everything so far, honors in uro.

Some have advised taking a year off for research, due to age not willing to do that.
I am pretty realistic and am unlikely to be offended. Please be candid. Do you think strong subi's and step 2 is enough to get me into the interview room?

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Step 1 - 259

M1 and M2 grades all honors (we have letter grades for everything). M3 year all honors so far. 2 basic science publications (not first author), 2 poster presentations and 1 oral presentation in non-urologic surgical fields, working on 2 other uro papers now, 2 uro case reports. 

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School: top 20 US medical school
Step 1: 235
Grades: Peds P, OB/GYN P, Psych HP, Neuro HP
Research: MD/PhD - PhD in cellular/molecular biology (no direct relation to Urology)
-6 papers: mix of basic science, reviews
-Plenty of abstracts, poster presentations