RESIDENCY MATCH APPLICANTS:  WELCOME TO MEDEDITS MEDICAL ADMISSIONS Learn how MedEdits can help you with the  Residency application process. Not Sure Where To Start As You Head Down The Residency Match Path? ASK A MEDEDITS MEDICAL ADMISSIONS EXPERT. VISITORS TO THIS PAGE MAY ALSO BE INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES BY MEDEDITS’ FACULTY: Residency Match Success: Lesson’s Learned How To […]Continue reading

According to the National Residency Match Program, 6,301 international medical graduate applicants matched last year (March 2015). Which specialties matched the most international medical graduates? See the list below for the top five specialties for IMGs. Top Five Specialties (Foreign-trained physicians matched to PGY-1 positions by specialty, 2015) Internal medicine (categorical), 2,763 applicants matched Family […]Continue reading

Every year after residency rank order lists have been submitted, and before match day, program directors from all residency specialties are sent a survey “to shed light on the factors that program directors use to (1) select applicants to interview and (2) rank applicants for the match.”* In 2014, program directors listed these factors as […]Continue reading

It’s Match Day 2014! Congratulations to everyone matching today from MedEdits! If you worked with us this year, please let us know where you match! Call us in the office at 646.217.4674 or email:   Join Our Email ListEmail: For Email Marketing you can trust

Beginning in the Fall of 2012, the Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE) release date and the Electronic Residency Application Service transmission opening date will be two weeks apart instead of the usual two months apart. The MSPE release is scheduled for October 1st instead of the usual November 1st, and programs can start downloading residency […]Continue reading

Congratulations to all MedEdits residency clients who matched this year. While many of our clients had “flawless” candidacies, we are also happy to report that those with challenges also did well. MedEdits residency clients this year included second and third time residency applicants, Caribbean medical students, non-US citizen international medical graduates, and students who had […]Continue reading

By Jessica Freedman, MD, MedEdits At this time of year, applicants anxiously try to complete their residency applications so they can submit on September 1st. Is this absolutely necessary? Not always. The majority of competitive residency programs such as dermatology, orthopaedic surgery, plastic surgery, and radiation oncology, don’t start reviewing applications until after the November […]Continue reading