First Aid for the Match: Insider Advice from Students and Residency Directors
Finding the ideal match between student and appropriate residency can prove demanding. This guide is designed to help medical students and foreign medical graduates make the most effective choices. Written by students for students, personal anecdotes appear throughout. Key issues covered include choosing which programmes to apply to, handling the paperwork, making the application stand out, how to solicit strong reference letters, and successful interviewing.
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