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The Successful Match 200 Rules To Succeed In The Residency Match PDF.pdf ##VERIFIED##



Featuring discussion of these issues and more, this book will provide you with specific, concrete recommendations that will maximize your chances of achieving the ultimate goal: that of a successful match.




The Successful Match 200 Rules To Succeed In The Residency Match PDF.pdf



Dear Lena,In a recent survey of pediatric residency program directors, Northwestern researchers led by Dr. Marianne Green assessed the relative importance of criteria used in residency selection. Preclinical grades were ranked 15/16 in importance. We interviewed Dr. Green in a previous Successful Match column (published on SDN) about her research. Here is the link: -successful-match-interview-with-dr-marianne-green/Please let me know if you have any other questions.Samir Desai


It is imperative to note that 45 CFR Parts 74.23(a) and 92.24(b) do not allow OAA grantees to use any Federal funds (including CNCS funds) to meet the OAA non-Federal share (match) of project expenditures. It is also important to note that any proposed use of OAA funds (including funds that would be used as match for CNCS programs) must be consistent with the terms and conditions of the grant/contract award, including all applicable Older Americans Act provisions and uniform grant administration rules (45 CFR Parts 74 and 92).


It is imperative to note that 45 CFR Parts 74.23(a) and 92.24(b) do not allow OAA grantees to use any Federal funds (including FTA funds) to meet the OAA non-Federal share (match) of project expenditures. It is also important to note that any proposed use of OAA funds (including funds that would be used as match for FTA programs) must be consistent with the terms and conditions of the grant/contract award, including all applicable Older Americans Act provisions and uniform grant administration rules (45 CFR Parts 74 and 92).


The battle is not over after being matched into a residency program, as the excitement will give way to significant stress and culture shock. Be patient and work hard, and you will grow to understand and appreciate the American system. Respect and be willing to learn from everyone, including all non-physician staff, and communicate with your attendings and fellow residents. Keep studying, as you must pass Step 3 and obtain your medical license. Make sure to stay on course, progress in your in-training exams and to prepare for the specialty Board exam as early as possible. Passing the specialty Board exam and being certified by the specialty Board is almost required nowadays to join a practice in an urban area. We will provide tips on surviving the residency later.


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