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Students (or any professionals) that recognize and acknowledge their struggles often overcome them.

  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.


Get Into Residency: FREE 15 Minute Consultation, Seminars and Webinars

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…


Can Osteopathic Medical Students Match Into Allopathic Residencies?

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…


Which Medical Specialties Matched The Most International Medical Graduates?

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…


How To Get A Residency Interview

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…


Residency Match Success: Lessons Learned

February 12th, 2016 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.…


8 Residency Interview Tips

Most residency applicants have not found themselves in the interviewee seat since they applied to medical school. Well, the residency interview is somewhat different from the medical school interview. Because you have now nearly graduated from medical school (for the traditional applicant), no one is trying to assess your commitment to medicine; rather, they are…


MEDICAL SCHOOL AND RESIDENCY PERSONAL STATEMENTS: THE IMPORTANCE OF “SECOND OPINIONS”

Would a professional writer ever publish an article without having other sets of eyes review his or her work? Would the New York Times ever allow an author to publish anything without a few editorial reviews? The answer to both of these questions is “of course not.”   Regardless of your writing ability, everyone needs…


MEDICAL SCHOOL & RESIDENCY ADMISSIONS: SHOW, DON’T TELL

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…


Match Day 2014!

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