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Old 03-19-2013
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Is there way to find out if any IM first year seats go empty due to some reason? Any specific website or anyway to do so?
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I think they r filled through connections with program staff
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The list of unfilled positions are published in ERAS when you go for the SOAP matching which was over last week.

Other than that, your only bet is but that website rarely posts PGY1 positions, usually you'll find PGY2 and PGY3 positions.

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According to this

There are 14 unfilled spots across the nation, and there's absolutely no way to find out where unless a person participated in soap. Your best bet is to keep going to the website sabio mentioned and just hope they post something, keep your cv on hand digitally and a hard copy, I'm not sure how the system works with these programs but you should be ready at a moments notice cuz even though its rare its not impossible.
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