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This content is private.Forget the stress of creating your ROL, and smile as you learn how a few schools celebrate Match Day and envision yours.
This content is private.Vascular surgery is a unique option to consider as it’s a blend of primary care and surgery as well as the only specialty that performs open surgery and endovascular procedures. Consider this specialty sooner rather than later, especially since you can now proceed to vascular surgery training directly from medical school.
This content is private.Sound vocational theory says you’re more likely to be satisfied in your professional life if your career matches your personal and environmental characteristics such as interests, values, personality, and skills. In medicine, these aspects of yourself can be reflected in your preferred practice setting(s), patient type(s), medical condition(s), colleagues, and tasks and activities.
This content is private.You must sell yourself effectively and make a great impression, but you’re interviewing the program as well. You’ll likely be interested in multiple programs, and the interview is your best opportunity to discover which program is the best fit. So how do you try on each program?
This content is private.With a little effort and foresight and adherence to a few simple guidelines, a student can maximize the opportunities for his or her advisor — whether assigned by the medical school or selected by the student — to provide meaningful career mentoring.
This content is private.What are the main reasons students don’t match, and how can I avoid being one of those students?
This content is private.I’m a second-year student interested in ophthalmology. I’d really like to train in an AOA-accredited residency program, so I plan to take the Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX). But I’m wondering if I should also take the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). Which test(s) should I take?
This content is private.I’m a first-year student and my school does not provide any clinical experiences until the third year. How can I get some exposure to the specialties I’m interested in before starting clerkships?
This content is private.I’ve always been drawn toward primary care — possibly pediatrics — but I have a large debt load. Will I be able to fulfill my financial obligations (pay back loans) and at the same time meet my (and perhaps my family's) lifestyle needs?
This content is private.I always thought I wanted to go into pediatrics, but I hated my peds rotation. Where do I go from here, and should I still look at pediatrics considering my experience?
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