Help Managing Residency Applications

Applying and interviewing for residency programs can be overwhelming. To help you stay organized, we’re sharing two checklists from First Aid for the Match, 5th edition. The “Application Requirements” form will help you gather all the information you need to apply to programs. Then after your visit, complete the “Program Evaluation Worksheet” so you can document the pros and cons of each program. Happy interviewing!

These checklists are actual documents from the First Aid for the Match, 5th edition.  To purchase First Aid for the Match, an insider’s guide to preparing for and succeeding in the match process, click here.


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  1. Nice post. After learning Spanish to a coniarsatvonel’ level a few months back I decided I’d really challenge myself by trying Mandarin next! I’ve been looking into apps and flashcards so this is very interesting.I found with Spanish using a variety of sources at once increased my learning rate far more not just because I had several sources, but because the slight differences in information from each source I was using allowed my brain to spend more time working out the differences, deciding the relevance of them, and working out how I could incorporate everything together so it made sense to ME.I’ve not started on my Chinese journey yet, but I’ve subscribed to your blog so you can kick me into action over the next few months ;)Cheers man,Benjamin


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