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    ERMD5 is offline Member 510 points
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    I was just wondering what is the average number of residency programs that people from ROSS, MUA, AUC, SGU etc have applied to in the past and then around how many interviews do they get. Can some ppl share their experiences please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERMD5
    I was just wondering what is the average number of residency programs that people from ROSS, MUA, AUC, SGU etc have applied to in the past and then around how many interviews do they get. Can some ppl share their experiences please.
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    it depends on the specialty, and your scores. for example, if you have killer board scores, and you're applying to IM, i don't think you need 100 applications, more like 30 or so. you're going to get interviews.

    if you have a 204/83 on your steps, and you want radiology, pray a lot, and send out over 100 applications, especially to the lower tier residency spots. maybe something will pan out.
    M.D., PGY-3 Internal Medicine

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