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2006 Match List for University of Colorado?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Mastac741, Feb 25, 2007.

  1. Mastac741

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    I've been searching long and hard for CU's 2006 match list. I found the 2005 match list. Does anyone know where I can find it?

    I'm a little concerned how CU hides their match lists. Most schools are proud of their matchings. I had to google their whole site to find the 2005 list. Is this something I should be worried about?
     
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    Nevermind. I forgot they gave this info during our interview. For those who are interested:

    CU 2006 Match list


    Internal Medicine – 38
    Pediatrics – 19
    Med-Peds – 2
    Family Medicine -14
    Surgery – 9
    Emergency – 8
    Anesthesia – 6
    Radiology – 6
    Psychiatry – 5
    Orthopedics – 4
    Ob/Gyn – 4
    PM + R – 3
    Ophto – 2
    Pathology – 1
     
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    I have a question similar to that... in the slide next to the "Class of 2006 Residency Match" (in the info packet from interview day), did 62% of students get their first choice of specialty, or their first choice of residency program? I must be missing something, but it isn't clear to me when it just says this on a slide:

    1st choice: 62%
    2nd choice: 15%
    3rd choice: 8%

    Any help would be appreciated! :)
     
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    No, this is just a symptom of WND (Website Navigability Disorder), which is secondary to USSS (Underfunded State School Syndrome). It's near-impossible to find what you need on the site, and it's been that way for a few years.
     
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    Hehe. Thanks. It seems like with all the money flowing in for applications they could afford someone to make a decent website. March 20 is coming up!
     

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