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I am having a panic attack.

Does the green certified list mean certified.
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Yep.

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green "certified list" at upper right
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so stressed out should I do it again or let it be
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"How does the NRMP know when my rank order list (ROL) is ready to be used in the Main Residency Match?"

"When you have entered all of your ranks, you must certify your ROL. Click the red Certify List button. You will then be asked to enter your Password. If you make changes to your ROL, you must recertify it. A Match Status of green CERTIFIED ROL in the header (where your name and AAMC ID are displayed) is the indication that your ROL is certified and ready to be used in The Match."


http://www.nrmp.org/res_match/faq/ind_apps_faq.html#14


"National Resident Matching Program: Hi everyone! If your Match Status says "Certified ROL" in green letters, there is nothing else for you to do. Your rank order list is certified and it will be used when the Match is processed. Please try to relax and good luck in the Match!"

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