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This content is private.The Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) is a service students use to apply for ACGME- and AOA-accredited residency programs. Here’s a brief overview of how ERAS works.
This content is private.Get decision-making strategies and learn the ideal time to make your specialty choice.
This content is private.Practice your interview skills with these frequently asked interview questions.
This content is private.Choosing a specialty is an important decision. Use the five thinking hats to help you consider all aspects of your choice.
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.
This content is private.During residency, Dr. Charlie Goldberg switched from urology to internal medicine. In this interview, Dr. Goldberg shares how he arrived at his various decisions along the journey and how he managed the switch.
This content is private.Senior students focus intently on applying for residency, interviewing, and the Match, although many may still be struggling with specialty choice. Use this checklist with students to ensure they are progressing in choosing a specialty and applying for residency, being realistic about their decisions, and using the best resources to ensure a successful Match.
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.
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