If you missed our recent live webinar,
"How to Succeed in the Residency Match as an International Medical Graduate"
You can still take advantage of the valuable and tested information shared by three recent Trinity School of Medicine graduates who successfully navigated the highly competitive Residency match process in the U.S. and Canada.
Dr. Boland, Dr. Allen and Dr. Brett who matched in Anesthesiology, Family Medicine and Anatomical Pathology, shared their strategies for approaching the Residency Match from the importance of applying immediately after the system opens to where and when to schedule your 4th year electives to maximize your breadth of experience.
Dr. Wilson, Associate Dean of Admissions, discussed what Residency Program Directors are looking for in applicants and how Trinity works to position our students to be the strongest candidates possible.
We shared a number of statistics from the 2014 Residency Match on the different specialties, levels of competitiveness, how Trinity students stack up next to other Caribbean medical school students in the Match and to U.S. medical students in terms of Step exam results.
The webinar concluded with a robust Question and Answer session where Webinar participants submitted questions to the speakers and received specific responses to the topics that were important to them including, How many programs to apply to in the Match and what to budget for the process; the difference in preparing for the Match in Canada from that of the U.S.; how to go about selecting and applying for elective clerkships and much more.
Individuals who plan to apply can find a promotional code within the webinar to waive their application fee for the September 2014 term. The September class is filling rapidly, view the On-Demand Webinar and apply today.