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This content is private.Several factors —some financial, some career-related—influence the amount of money you’ll spend interviewing for residency. Navigating these sometimes competing interests requires a smart strategy to maximize both your dollars and your interview experiences.
This content is private.CiM staff attended a student affairs professional development conference that focused on the transition to residency. We listened to program director panels, heard horror and success stories of students going through the Match, and participated in sessions designed to impart the best wisdom and current practices in preparing for the application and residency process. Here's what we learned.
This content is private.I am working in a research lab this summer and would like to obtain a letter of recommendation. At this early stage in my medical education, is it premature to request a letter?
This content is private.Many international medical graduates and students struggle with obtaining clinical experience in the United States. But it’s important to persevere as these valuable experiences provide evidence of your familiarity with the U.S. medical system as well as the opportunity to secure letters of recommendation. Learn how to find and succeed in obtaining U.S. clinical experience.
This content is private.Surveys of residency program directors in many different medical specialties have illustrated that, generally, PDs consider letters of recommendation (LoR) a significant part of the application process. Here’s how to secure strong letters to support your candidacy and plan early to ensure you receive helpful submissions.
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