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This content is private.We’re entering the Match as a couple — I’m applying to residency in pediatrics and my fiancé is applying in psychiatry. What factors should we consider to determine how many programs to apply to? How many interviews should we complete? And how can we maximize our rank order list so we have the best chance of matching together?
This content is private.How to approach ranking programs to have the best possible shot at a match.
This content is private.You’ve likely heard of the match, but what do you really know about it? Here’s how the match works and what to plan for.
This content is private.My interviews have gone well, and I have several programs that I’m interested in. But only one of my top programs has said they plan on ranking me highly. I’m inclined to rank that program first, even though it’s not my top choice, to ensure I match. What is the best strategy for listing your top programs for the match?
This content is private.In this competitive match environment, you must strategize to be successful. And creating your successful strategy starts with reviewing your residency application materials and the list of programs you’ve applied to with your advisor or student affairs dean. Get our checklist of resources and questions to ask to help you avoid going unmatched.
This content is private.Match Day was a momentous occasion, with plenty to celebrate for residency applicants. Read more about the results of the match.
This content is private.What rank order lists are and how they fit into the match process.
This content is private.SOAP® (the replacement for the scramble) helps unmatched applicants apply to unfilled programs during Match week. Learn about the process and timeline for SOAP.
This content is private.Citing recent research, this article answers two questions students frequently ask: how to interpret post-interview contact from residency programs and whether to notify their top choice program of their ranking intention.
This content is private.A student who matched into radiation oncology describes his match experience and offers advice for the residency application process.
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