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Celestron2000

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FYI:
Almost 93 percent of graduating U.S. medical
> students were successfully
> matched to an open position in a participating
> residency program.

Matched U.S.
> medical school
> seniors enjoyed a very high success rate: 85.4
> percent were paired with
> one of their top three program choices.

See official AAMC link below:Match news

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indianboy

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FYI:

>There are more residency spots than medical students.

>It's like congratulating someone for achieving their birthday.

Hope that Helps

P 'Lowered Expectations (TM)' ShankOut
 

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Originally posted by indianboy
FYI:

>There are more residency spots than medical students.

>It's like congratulating someone for achieving their birthday.

yeah, if you're trying to do IM or FP. Tell that to people trying to match Plastics, Derm or Rad/Onc
 

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Not everyone can be a dermatologist. Not everyone wants to be one either.
 

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Originally posted by Fermata
Not everyone can be a dermatologist. Not everyone wants to be one either.

fortunately
 

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"Saving the world one zit at a time"

hehe...:)
 

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Originally posted by AlreadyInDebt
derm sounds boring... :oops: <--- That's a yawn.

Well my dad's a family practitioner specializing in Derm (He's under the UK system so it's different). I think he finds it interesting, but he personally is more interested in neurology type of stuff more.
 

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Originally posted by indianboy
FYI:

>There are more residency spots than medical students.

>It's like congratulating someone for achieving their birthday.

Hope that Helps

P 'Lowered Expectations (TM)' ShankOut

LOL

CCW
 

uclacrewdude

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Originally posted by indianboy
FYI:

>There are more residency spots than medical students.

>It's like congratulating someone for achieving their birthday.

Hope that Helps

P 'Lowered Expectations (TM)' ShankOut

unless youre applying to where people are (cali) ... then it might be more like achieving your birthday during the Conquest ... and youre native american ... and you just got a brand new blanket from those nice white guys ...
 

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Originally posted by uclacrewdude
unless youre applying to where people are (cali) ... then it might be more like achieving your birthday during the Conquest ... and youre native american ... and you just got a brand new blanket from those nice white guys ...
notice he didn't say "achieving your birthday at your first choice of venue"
 
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