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How to Land the Residency You Really Want with Better Letters of Recommendation

Did you ever get a generic letter of recommendation from an absent-minded attending? I imagine it read like the form letter s/he signs for all of his capable students. If you received one of these, it likely made the pit of your stomach churn. Imagine what the reaction will be when your residency program of choice opens it.

You likely donít want to think about it. Letís face it, generic doesnít make the cut.

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