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This content is private.By now, you should have created your fourth-year schedule. Now it's time to determine your optimal number of interviews and approach to scheduling appointments as well as learn how to curtail and fund the costs of the interview trail.
This content is private.As programs evaluate every interaction with you to glean what they can about you, how you respond to invitations to second look visits is important to your residency candidacy. Here are some guidelines and sample scripts to help you navigate these situations.
This content is private.How will choosing to attend a second look visit — or not — affect your chances of matching to a given program? To help you confidently decide whether to stay or go, we share insight from program directors as well as a decision-making framework.
This content is private.Here's what you can expect from the residency interview process, including the role of the interview in the application process, applicants' general interview experience, the timeline for the interview trail, and visit length and format.
This content is private.Going back to a program where you’ve already interviewed? These are second look visits. Here’s why, how they work, and how they’re perceived by program directors.
This content is private.Accepting an interview invite starts a chain of events that affects you and everyone else in the residency application process. As such, there are implications to consider as you cancel—and even as you accept interviews invites in the first place.
This content is private.A student who matched into radiation oncology describes his match experience and offers advice for the residency application process.
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.
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