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GooseWing

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Very cool to see many of you organizing your rank lists.

Would any of you mind using that anonymous account to post your stats (e.g., Step 1, # honors, # pubs/posters, etc.) along with where you ended up being invited to interview? Just an MS3 trying to ballpark what I can expect next year.

I understand if you're hesitant about sharing personal information. Just thought I'd ask. Thanks!
 

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I think this type of information will be very helpful for applicants trying to hone in on the tier of programs that should apply to. May I suggest we provide the information reported in NRMP Charting Outcomes, which we fill out in our NRMP profile based on what we entered into ERAS:

Applicant type: Senior in a US allopathic medical school
USMLE Step 1 score:
USMLE Step 2CK score:
Number of research experiences:
Number of abstracts, presentations, and publications:
Number of work experiences:
Number of volunteer experiences:
AOA: yes/no
Student/graduate of one of the 40 US medical schools with the highest NIH funding: yes/no
PhD: yes/no
Other graduate degree: yes/no

Interview invitations:
Applied but did not receive interview invitation:
 
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DeucesHigh3

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Very cool to see many of you organizing your rank lists.

Would any of you mind using that anonymous account to post your stats (e.g., Step 1, # honors, # pubs/posters, etc.) along with where you ended up being invited to interview? Just an MS3 trying to ballpark what I can expect next year.

I understand if you're hesitant about sharing personal information. Just thought I'd ask. Thanks!
It's a shame that people don't utilize http://matchapplicants.com/radiology/ the way they did in the late 2000s. I was actually shocked by how on-point the subjective descriptions of programs and interview days were, even if 6+ years out of date.
 

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It's a shame that people don't utilize http://matchapplicants.com/radiology/ the way they did in the late 2000s. I was actually shocked by how on-point the subjective descriptions of programs and interview days were, even if 6+ years out of date.

That website is no longer maintained. Many of the pages don't work any more. It 6+ years out of date because it has been non-functioning for 6+ years.
 

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actually that link does work. there are profiles on there from 2016 (current match cycle). the old url doesn't work (radiology.matchapplicants.com). I think that's where the confusion is
 
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