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    ms_pathologist is offline Newbie 512 points
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    A New Online Product for Residency Applicants Just Launched (and it is free!)

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    I am very excited to share that Parceed (parceed.com) has officially launched and is already helping hundreds of medical residency applicants around the world. If you are still not sure where to apply and want to save time and money on your applications check out their "Find Your Program". It will give you a pretty good idea what programs you qualify for.

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    tukaki is offline Newbie 510 points
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    really good option,but
    it's only for USA programms.right?

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    There is another free link...

    with 70k views!

    Just do a google search for the top result using:

    imgpassedusmleandgotresidency

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    Table Of Contents-MEMO-IMG PROGRAM

    I. Particulars
    II. Quotients
    III. Schedule for Interactions
    IV. “Valid” Content Outline
    V. Alternative Issues, if Relevant
    VI. Appendices

    OUTLINE (i.e., Using a Standardized “NIH Research Proposal Presentational M.O.”)
    I. Particulars
    a. Contact us
    i. Data (Email)
    1. See website (referenced below) for specific contact to get your “case,” evaluated for free
    ii. Data (Phone)
    b. Other
    i. Data (Specify)
    1. 83,000 Views Since 2009
    2. Written by Current PGY-V (Old Grad- IMG)
    ii. google Search TOP SEARCH RESULT:












    IMG passed USMLE and got IM residency






    II. Quotients
    a. Validity Quotient
    i. Data (Month Day Year Time reported)
    b. Efficiency Quotient
    i. Data (Month Day Year Time reported)


    III. Schedule for Interactions
    a. Immediate
    i. Data (Month Day Year Time (EST))
    b. Further
    i. Data (Regular Schedule (Time, EST))

    IV. “Valid” Content Outline
    a. Overview Classification
    i. Data (Content, per se, Using Standard “NIH Research Proposal M.O.”)
    1. Goal (Aims)
    (i) Why is the problem important?
    (a) IMGs need valid guidance in all aspects of application to a US residency program,
    (b) USMLE preparatory courses and ratings
    (1) General Overview (i.e., “Pros, Cons, Costs, Advantages, Disadvantages, Real-Time”Case Experiences…”)
    (2) Specific Experiences Compiled from More Than 1000 IMGs, for
    (3) Online Programs
    (4) In Person programs
    (5) Online Tutors
    (6) “Guaranteed Passage-“ options
    (7) Specialists in Step 3
    (8) 2-CS Specialists
    (c) United States Clinical Experience Opportunities, Paid, and Unpaid
    (1) E.g., Current, Immediate, Paid CLINICAL Openings, by Practices, or Hospitals that use These Positions (LORS) as “Stepping Stone,” Evaluative Processes in Their Own, Ongoing Residency Selection Committee Procedures
    (2) Similar to the above, but in PAID CLINICAL RESEARCH/FELLOWSHIPCAPACITIES
    (3) Unpaid Positions of all Genres
    (d) United States’ Graduate Programs, as “Stepping Stones,” to residency
    (e) ERAS Application “Ins And Outs…”
    (1) Three Well-Written LORs, Targeted To Your Specialty
    (2) Relevant Application Schedules
    (3) Relative, Weighted Importance of Each ERAS Application Component (e.g., 75% is USMLE passage on 1st attempt to get through ERAS screening; 15% is USCE; 5% is a combination of LORS, Personal Statement, and Sundry Accomplishments)
    (4) Perfect, Targeted, Relevant Personal Statements (e.g., MUST be FLAWLESS..Should Spend 3-4 Months on These- Max 400 WORDS!)
    (5) Relevant, Targeted, Applications
    (6) Listing of IMG-friendly programs
    (7) Interview Experiences (With Conversational Guidance) or Citing Relevant Residency Interview Experience Websites Such as Scutwork
    (f) Post-Residency Admission “Ins And Outs…”
    (ii) What important knowledge gaps remain despite previous work (i.e., Background)?
    (ii) What specific research question(s) did your project address (i.e., Specific Aims)?)
    i) Specific Aim1
    ii) Specific Aim#
    2. Methods
    (i) Study design
    (ii) Setting
    (iii) Study subjects
    i) General 1 Source of subjects
    ii) 2 Sampling method
    iii) 3 Criteria for eligibility
    iv) 4 Number, response proportions
    (iv) Description of intervention
    (v) Data collection (or data sources)
    i) 1 Sources: questionnaire, interview, medical record review, vital records, etc.
    ii) 2 Protocol for a typical subject
    iii) 3 Steps taken to assess and assure data quality
    (vi) Analysis
    i) Definition of key analytic variables, if not obvious
    ii) 2 Statistical methods used
    iii) 3 Statistical basis for sample size, if appropriate Results
    3. Results
    (i) Description of study sample
    (ii) Table(s) or figure(s) addressing each research question
    (iii) Text used to highlight (not to repeat verbatim) results shown in tables and figures
    4. Discussion
    (i) Brief recap of key result(s)
    (ii) Study strengths and limitations
    (iii) How key results compare or contrast with previous work
    (iv) Implications
    i) For theory
    ii) For clinical practice
    iii) For future research

    V. Alternative Issues, (if Relevant)
    a. Overview Classification
    i. Data (Content, per se, Using Standard “NIH Research Proposal M.O.”)
    1. Goal (Aims)
    (i) Why is the problem important?
    (ii) What important knowledge gaps remain despite previous work (i.e., Background)?
    (ii) What specific research question(s) did your project address (i.e., Specific Aims)?)
    i) Specific Aim1
    ii) Specific Aim#
    2. Methods
    (i) Study design
    (ii) Setting
    (iii) Study subjects
    i) General 1 Source of subjects
    ii) 2 Sampling method
    iii) 3 Criteria for eligibility
    iv) 4 Number, response proportions
    (iv) Description of intervention
    (v) Data collection (or data sources)
    i) 1 Sources: questionnaire, interview, medical record review, vital records, etc.
    ii) 2 Protocol for a typical subject
    iii) 3 Steps taken to assess and assure data quality
    (vi) Analysis
    i) Definition of key analytic variables, if not obvious
    ii) 2 Statistical methods used
    iii) 3 Statistical basis for sample size, if appropriate Results
    3. Results
    (i) Description of study sample
    (ii) Table(s) or figure(s) addressing each research question
    (iii) Text used to highlight (not to repeat verbatim) results shown in tables and figures
    4. Discussion
    (i) Brief recap of key result(s)
    (ii) Study strengths and limitations
    (iii) How key results compare or contrast with previous work
    (iv) Implications
    i) For theory
    ii) For clinical practice
    iii) For future research

    VI. Appendices

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