Below is a recent post on the NPR website about a medical student at The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health who has worked with her medical school to overcome her struggles.
You attend an osteopathic medical school and are considering applying for the allopathic residency match in September. According to the National Residency Match Program, 2,339 D.O. applicants matched last year (March 2015). Which specialties matched the most osteopathic medical graduates? Read on for the top five specialties for D.O. applicants. Top Five Specialties (Osteopathic graduates […]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
With third year medical students starting to think about the upcoming residency match season, it’s a good time to review what residency applicants can do to improve their chances of matching. Many students think that how they write their residency personal statement is all that matters, but this simply is not true. As third year […]Continue reading
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When writing your application entries and personal statement for medical school, residency and fellowship it is important to consider the following: 1) Your application entries and personal statement must complement each other. It is important to consider your entries and personal statement as a whole. 2) Your personal statement should say something new that isn’t […]Continue reading
Something my clients hear me say throughout the application process, and a common mantra for anyone who works in admissions, is to “show” rather than “tell.” What does this mean, exactly? It means that whether you are writing a personal statement or interviewing, you should show evidence for what you are trying to communicate. For […]Continue reading