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Match Day 2018 at NYU School of Medicine

Match Day marks a dramatic change in the lives of graduating medical students. At exactly noon on March 16, each student of the NYU School of Medicine class of 2018 was handed an envelope containing a letter stating which hospital had accepted them for residency. 19 more words


Students meet their match, rain or shine!

On Friday, March 16, fourth-year medical students across the country found out where they would train for their residency programs. At Baylor College of Medicine, 187 students participated in the National Residents Matching Program. 459 more words


What To Do If You Did Not Match Into A Residency Position

Medical students who did not match into a residency position have a difficult, stressful, and uncertain time period ahead of them, thanks to overzealous funding of new medical schools, an influx of international medical graduates and specialty-switchers competing for positions, and above all a shortage of government-funded training positions. 11 more words

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Match Day 2018 at the Larner College of Medicine

On Friday, March 16, beginning at noon, students in the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine Class of 2018 opened envelopes along with medical students from across the country to reveal where they would be heading for residency training. 374 more words


Match Day Celebrates Biggest Numbers Ever

Primary care remains a less popular residency choice among U.S. senior

A total of 37,103 applicants applied for 33,167 positions, the most ever offered in the match, according to the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), the organization that coordinates Match Day. 652 more words


Revvin' Up The Momentum

And just like that, my Surgery rotation has come to an end! This marks the completion of my sixth rotation of third year, giving me only two more four-week rotations to engage in before I start my fourth year! 656 more words

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