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Stelars

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As an osteo junior student about to apply for ANA, do I apply for my CBY and my advanced programs of choice at the same time?? In other words, do I go through one match or two? Most programs that I like are advanced, and I don't mind doing an internship or CBY. Moreover, which CBY would be better, AOA approved or ACGME for an ANA resident hopeful? Thanks everyone, I hope this question benefits many.
 

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you submit your rank order list with the advanced anes programs and link a supplemental list of first year programs to that...so you go through the match once and can link them together so you can stay in the same geographic location. you need to ask specific programs if they will accept an aoa intern year...they might not accept that as your CBY/intern year... it is a program by program thing...safer to plan a MD first year. thats my take on it.
 
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