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Default Match A Resident: Features and Support for Every Step of the Residency Application Cycle

Match A Resident is much more than a simple list of compatible residency programs. Beyond researching, selecting and applying to residency programs using your own personal list of residency programs, there are many useful features to provide support through the entire residency application season.

April-August: Research residency programs.

Read through each programís unique set of requirements, including any individual criteria comments, Additional Information and available program Interview Feedback on the program card to get the most informed idea of the program.

September: Select residency programs to apply.

Stay organized by using the Bookmark feature to keep track of the programs you intend to apply to and the My Notes feature.

Mid-October: Follow up with programs.

Target your in-depth, unique follow up efforts on the programs in your list with the highest Compatibility Score.
Learn more about following up with programs:

October- February: Interview with programs.

Schedule and keep track of your interviews with the Interview Manager. Read any available interview feedback to get an insiderís look at how interviews run in a program. Read all about interview preparation, tips and strategies on the Match A Resident Blog:

January - February: Rank the programs.

Utilize Rank Assist, Match A Residentís newest feature to help you make important ranking decisions. Rank Assist will provide you with an exclusive questionnaire to help you brainstorm your interview experience and create a score out of 10 for each program.

March: Post-Match assistance.

Use your Full Season access to assist you in quickly researching programs during the first few hours of the Post-Match SOAP.

Match A Resident is committed to helping residency candidates succeed in their pursuit of residency from the start of the application cycle to Match Day.

Learn more about our features at:
Questions about the medical residency program application process? Feel free to call Match A Resident at (858) 221-8510 or
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