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Reddit mentions of The Successful Match 2017: Rules for Success in the Residency Match
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Don't know what to study for each rotation? Look at the wiki
In regards to how to study: OnlineMedED is now your Pathoma. UWorld is still UWorld. There is no First Aid for Step 1 for Step 2 so it is made up of a couple of books for each rotation you used / general review books (Step UP, First Aid, master the boards etc.)
The Match is really scary? Buy The Successful Match for a decent run down of the entire process etc. and tips of how to build an application
ERAS is still really scary? Check out these example applications.. start at like pg 29 unless a Pritzker student then ^read ^^it ^^^all ^^^^?
Worried about H+Ps? Get the Perfect H+P book(or download and print a bunch of decent looking templates)
Need more templates etc?? Check out Medfools! for more!!
I recommend compiling a document with all interesting patient encounters, presentations you did on the rotation, notable things you accomplished on the rotation. Then when it comes time for your Letter writer to compose your LOR send them that information. Then they can have anecdotes to go off and write in your letter, this will be much more powerful than a generic LOR. This book goes into much more detail about this and I recommend reading the chapter on LORs https://www.amazon.com/Successful-Match-2017-Success-Residency/dp/1937978079/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1522800836&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=residency+match
Fantastic score! As far as getting into an elite IM program, I would definitely start by identifying a mentor at your home IM program; they'll be better able to guide you. And with a 260 Step, I'm sure they'd be more than happy to help you achieve your career goals.
Also, be on the lookout for research projects that you can help out with, be it case reports or systemic reviews.
Otherwise, the usual advice applies: do well on your rotations, study hard for each shelf, and do well with CK.
Also, buy a copy of The Successful Match. It has useful advice for obtaining letters of rec, what to write in your personal statement, etc.
The Successful Match has some good stuff. Maybe see if you can borrow one from a friend or Amazon prime that shiz.
"The Successful Match" goes through all of this by specialty plus just general app info.