Step1: 242, no honors except neuropath (elective), not AOA, 2 pubs
Interview invites so far: Uni. of Miami & Uni. of Minnesota
So, there are some places that are quickly looking at applications and getting back to promising candidates early. I look favorably on such programs. The lacksadasical programs dilly-dally and get to the applications whenever they get around to it. I would consider University of Miami and University of Minnesota good prospects from that perspective alone. I heard back from the University of Colorado already, so I would put that institution higher on my list simply because they got back to me quickly.
Yes University of Miami Miller school of medicine => Jack Memorial Hospital. The hospital is located adjacent to the Medical School.U Miami? Is it same as Jackson Memorial Hospital/Jackson Health System Program
I am an IMG. Nope. No Interview for me yet. applied to 35 programs.
You are right, but it tells me something about how important the residency program is to the department when I hear back sooner rather than later from an institution. That being said, I do not argue your essential point.Why would you think programs who use a computer to make a cutoff and automatically send invites are better than ones who take a bit longer (prob to actually read the application other than scores)? Stats don’t mean crap on interview day. You will meet a bunch of freaks on interview day who prob made it purely on a set step score level that automatically gets an invite. There is no correlation what so ever between how good a program is and how fast they send invites out.
I just went over to the spreadsheet and see that no one has added anything to it yet. Am I seeing that correctly?Hey all, we path applicants on reddit started putting together a spreadsheet of applicant stats, interview dates, and program details. Same idea as I've seen here on SDN - get a sense of whether people with similar stats are or aren't getting interviews yet, have details on interview dates to better plan our interview schedules, and eventually share details of our interview experiences. We'd love to have more applicants join in! Head over to the medical school subreddit, click on the ERAS/Match thread tagged at the top, and then you should be able to find a link to the spreadsheets for all specialties, including path. (SDN won't let me post links.)
Not sure why things are missing on your view. We have stats from 21 applicants and interview dates from a couple dozen programs. The program details section could definitely use some additions, thoughI just went over to the spreadsheet and see that no one has added anything to it yet. Am I seeing that correctly?
Oh, sorry, I wasn't paying attention to the tabs at the bottom of the page. Thanks!Not sure why things are missing on your view. We have stats from 21 applicants and interview dates from a couple dozen programs. The program details section could definitely use some additions, though
Impressive! Where are you from?Hi! I'm an IMG
Sent my application on Tuesday 9/18
Step 1 259
Step 2 CK 255
Step 2 CS passed 1st attempt
Step 3 229
1 year of research at Baylor college of medicine
Applied to 90 programs
9/20 MetroHealth Medical Center
Are you applying to programs in your region, based on school location or where you want to practice? Thanks.