If you’re feeling disappointed on Match Day, you are not alone
If you don’t land your No. 1 choice on Match Day, you have company. Here’s what former medical students say about that Match Day disappointment.
If you don’t match, take these 5 tips from a SOAP survivor
Getting bad news on Monday of Match Week is stressful. A resident has guidance to help navigate the Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP).
What if you don’t match? 3 things you should do
A physician who has worked with unmatched applicants explains how to make the most of the coming year and improve the odds of matching in the next cycle.
Match: Which specialties place most residents through SOAP
More than 800 programs took part in the Supplement Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP) last year. Take a deeper dive behind the numbers.
Meet Your Match: Prepare to navigate SOAP with Victoria Gordon, DO
In this episode of Making the Rounds, learn and get tips about the Supplemental Offer Acceptance Program (SOAP) process.
Match Week FAQ: How to move forward when you don’t match
Residency applicants who fail to find a home on Match Day are filled with questions. The AMA gathered experts to offer practical answers.
General medical education: Council on Medical Education reports & issue briefs
Download PDFs of reports on this topic from the Council on Medical Education presented during the AMA Interim and Annual Meetings.
Nearing your residency destination: The Match
After months of research, applications, interviews, signaling and ranking, applicants are matched into residency programs.