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Match Outcome for All Programs

Discussion in 'ERAS, SOAP, and NRMP Match' started by Soapbox123, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. Soapbox123

    Soapbox123 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    "The Match Outcome for All Programs, which is available to all participants, will be posted to the R3 System on March 19th, the Monday after Match Week."

    I just got this email describing the "Certified Applicant Match Week Schedule", and I was wondering if anyone knew what the "Match Outcome for All Programs" is.

    Anyone?
     
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  3. Pox in a box

    Pox in a box 1K Member 10+ Year Member

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    So can we get an idea of whether or not the programs we ranked filled on Monday, March 12th?
     
  4. dpmd

    dpmd Relaxing Physician 10+ Year Member

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    No, you can find out the monday AFTER match week. And it will reflect the status after the scramble.
     
  5. Vaderize

    Vaderize 5+ Year Member

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    I didn't get an email from them.

    Wonder if that means I didn't match.....

    EDIT: No, it's there, buried between an ad for philadelphia magazine and a cheap vacation getaway
     
  6. Soapbox123

    Soapbox123 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    Check your spam folder. Your system might have tossed it without you knowing.
     
  7. dc2md

    dc2md 10+ Year Member

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    Sender: NRMP Staff
    Subject: Certified Applicant Match Week Schedule

    This email provides important information about the schedule for
    releasing NRMP Match information during Match Week, March 12-16, 2007. All
    times are eastern daylight time.

    All applicants will receive their Did I Match? information on the web
    and by email at noon on Monday, March 12th, letting them know whether,
    but not where, they matched. The Regional Match Statistics by Specialty
    Report (which displays Match information organized by region and
    specialty) also will be available at noon by clicking the My Reports tab. For
    each specialty, the number of offered and unfilled positions is
    displayed. Beginning at 1:00 p.m. on Match Day, Thursday, March 15th, matched
    applicants will be able to access their Where Did I Match? information
    on the web, letting them know to which program(s) they matched.
    Applicants will be able to access their certified rank order lists throughout
    Match Week.

    The List of Unfilled Programs will be available to all unmatched
    applicants on the web beginning at noon on Tuesday, March 13th. This year,
    the List will not be sent by email to any Match applicants. To obtain the
    List, applicants must log in to the Registration, Ranking, and Results
    (R3) System with their AAMC ID number and password, and then click the
    Unfilled Programs tab on the left menu bar. The List of Unfilled
    Programs with links by specialty is dynamic. As positions are filled during
    the "Scramble", programs can delete them from the unfilled list. This
    feature helps reduce the number of telephone calls and faxes applicants
    make to programs after all the positions have been filled. The list
    will be updated on the web site every hour. Remember, the only role the
    NRMP has in the "Scramble" is to provide this list. Applicants contact
    programs directly if they are interested in the position. There is not a
    second Match.

    To promote ethical behavior, fully matched applicants will not be able
    to access ANY information on unfilled programs/positions.

    The Match Outcome for All Programs, which is available to all
    participants, will be posted to the R3 System on March 19th, the Monday after
    Match Week.

    Under the Match Participation Agreement signed by all applicants, it is
    a Match violation to begin contacting programs prior to noon on Tuesday
    of Match Week, March 13th, when the "Scramble" begins. If the NRMP
    receives evidence that an applicant has violated this rule, an
    investigation will be initiated and sanctions may be applied as outlined in the
    NRMP's Violations Policy, which can be found on the NRMP web site at
    http://www.nrmp.org/res_match/policies/violations.html

    Our best wishes for a successful Match!

    NRMP Staff
    �
     
  8. qlin

    qlin New Member

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    You wrote that you know temple pathology well. Do you know the new PD send feedback email to the good candidate? This is the only program that I interiewed and didn't get an email back from PD. The matching date is coming. I am just too curious to wait. Thanks
     
  9. Vaderize

    Vaderize 5+ Year Member

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    I have gone back and visited the PD numerous times and I rotated there; I am a temple grad who is looking to switch from anesthesiology, where I was a resident. I did not get an email but they know me very well, which can either help or hurt.

    I'm trying not to read too much into it, but I guess it means that I'm not one of their "favorite" candidates.

    Of course, it could mean absolutely nothing.

    Damn I HATE the neuroses behind this....
     

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