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The Supplemental ERAS Application: What You Need to Know
Med School Tutors by Med School Tutors on Aug 16, 2021 in ERAS, Match Day

In early August, the AAMC released an update about the supplemental ERAS application, which will impact 2022 Match applicants to internal medicine, surgery, and dermatology residency programs.

As is often the case, not much information has been released, but we've compiled what we know so far below to help you navigate this process.

Match Week: Navigating the Mess with Know-How, SOAP & Water



Updated Feb 2021. We're back to answer all of your Match Day and SOAP questions in these videos, including two recent webinars and one of our all-time top-viewed Facebook Live Q&A.

Help! I Didn't Match: Practical Advice for Disappointed Medical Students

So, it’s Friday again. But this is no ordinary Friday, this is Match Day. You’ve been waiting for this day your whole life. Four years of training underwhelmingly come down to a single system-generated email telling you whether you’ll be a resident the following year or not. Horrifying… I know.

The 10 Commandments for Contacting Medical Residency Programs After Interview Season

Finally, residency interview season has come to a close. Your suit can get packed away in that garment bag for another 18 months, as scrubs (and the dress clothes that you don’t mind getting blood- and sputum-covered) move back to the front of your wardrobe. You can relax, put your feet up, and hopefully cruise through the rest of fourth-year while you rack your brain trying to get your rank list in order.

What Med Students Should Do Post-Match

Are you a fourth-year medical student who just matched? First off, Congratulations! Are you now left wondering what to do with your time (since you can no longer spend endless hours on SDN stressing over your rank list)? Here are 7 suggestions for things to do post-match!

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