Selecting Programs During the Post-Match SOAP

At 10 a.m. (EST) on Monday of Match Week, residency candidates who participated in the Main Residency Match® through NRMP® will fall into one of three categories, which determines whether you will participate in the Post-Match SOAP: Fully Matched – You have received a position that will give you full training for licensure (usually a
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Interviews during the Post-Match SOAP

A common question many residency candidates may have about the Post-Match SOAP® is whether or not programs conduct interviews before the Offer Periods begin Wednesday. The answer is yes. After sending your 45 applications, programs have three main ways of interviewing potential candidates throughout SOAP: In person (only for those who are local to the
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What is the Rank Order List?

Every year, after filling out applications and completing residency interviews, the next step in the residency application process is to create and certify your Rank Order List (ROL) through NRMP®. This is a very important step towards participating in the Main Residency Match® in March. Rank Order Lists are created and certified by both residency
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How to Dress for Residency Interviews

How you dress for an interview tells the residency programs about you. If you show up in wrinkled, unkempt clothing, you may come off as lazy, sloppy, or that you don’t care about the interview. If you show up in a short dress and six inch heels, programs may wonder if you thought this was
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