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To those who matched with integrated programs which guarantee you a spot in prelim medicine, how does your program technically match you into the PGY1 prelim spot? my program asked me to go to the NRMP web site & enter the program code & submit it in my rank list, I did so & now my match status on the web site is "Certified ROL", does this mean my rank order list has already been submitted? I know the question sounds silly but it's my OCD not to get anything wrong in the last minute! :D

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arteg said:
To those who matched with integrated programs which guarantee you a spot in prelim medicine, how does your program technically match you into the PGY1 prelim spot? my program asked me to go to the NRMP web site & enter the program code & submit it in my rank list, I did so & now my match status on the web site is "Certified ROL", does this mean my rank order list has already been submitted? I know the question sounds silly but it's my OCD not to get anything wrong in the last minute! :D

I appreciate your input guys.
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I think you're all set.
 

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Hey,

Yeah, I'm pretty sure that if you see "Certified ROL" in green in the upper right hand corner on the NRMP site, and if you get a confirmation email from the NRMP, you should be all set to participate in the match. Please someone -- correct me if I'm wrong! I'm doing the same thing now, submitting the list formally for an integrated program.

Good luck everyone -- hope that prelim works out well for all of you!

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Thanks for the reply guys, so do your programs appear in the NRMP web site also as a "Neurology" program? what cause my confusion is that in the web site (the program codes database), my institution has both Neurology spots & Prelim Med spots, at 1st I thought I shoud rank the prelim program, but then I checked the code I was given by the secretary & found out it's the Neuro program code, so may be when I rank the Neuro program this means I ranked also the "integrated" PGY1 prelim medicine program, any thought on that guys? should I also rank the prelim program to be on the safe side?? I'm sorry I know I'm getting crazy here.. it's my match OCD again :D

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why don't you just ask the secretary, it seems the easiest/fastest path to get your answer?


arteg said:
Thanks for the reply guys, so do your programs appear in the NRMP web site also as a "Neurology" program? what cause my confusion is that in the web site (the program codes database), my institution has both Neurology spots & Prelim Med spots, at 1st I thought I shoud rank the prelim program, but then I checked the code I was given by the secretary & found out it's the Neuro program code, so may be when I rank the Neuro program this means I ranked also the "integrated" PGY1 prelim medicine program, any thought on that guys? should I also rank the prelim program to be on the safe side?? I'm sorry I know I'm getting crazy here.. it's my match OCD again :D

Thanks for the input.
 

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I'm not too sure about that: the secretary at my program gave me a number which was the same as the Preliminary Medicine number on the website... no "neuro" number was ever mentioned to me. But maybe your program has it arranged a little differently. I'd go with whatever the secretary told you.

Good luck!