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Match 2022: You’ve Matched, Now What?
An RPD provides advice to fourth-years awaiting residency By now, most DO students have learned where they will be going for their residencies, and have […]

Match 2022: By The Numbers
We’re so DO Proud of the more than 7,049 DO seniors and graduates matched into PGY-1 positions in this year’s National Resident Matching Program Main […]

Being Successful with a SOAP Strategy
The last year of medical school is an exciting time, and even more so with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) Match Week right around […]

DOs Perform Strongly in 2021 PSM
The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) released the results of the 2021 Pediatric Specialties Match (PSM), for positions that will begin in 2022. The 2021 […]

MSMP Match Shows Significant Growth for DOs
On December 1, the National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP) Medicine Specialties Matching Program (MSMP), the NRMP’s largest Fellowship Match comprised primarily of Internal Medicine subspecialties, […]

Match Stories
Match Day success stories from the past as well as new stories from this year’s Match. See All You may also like

Match 2021: Record Numbers for DO Seniors
Despite a year of many hardships, we are overjoyed to announce that this year’s NRMP Main Match was the largest on record, and 6,327 DO […]

Match 2020 By The Numbers
NRMP #Match2020 Results. 90.7% match rate for DO Seniors. Up 2.6% over 2019. Up 13% over 2016.                 […]

Match Stories
March 27, 2020

FAQ: The single GME 5-year transition concludes on June 30
Here’s what you need to know about residency programs, Osteopathic Recognition and board certification.

Match Celebrations
It’s Match week and everybody is invited.  Share your congratulatory messages, photos and videos here!

#Match2020 Main Tag Board
Where all the #Match2020 tweets live from Twitter.

NRMP Resources
Great resources for Match Week, SOAP applicants, and others.

What can you do if you don’t match?
If you don’t match, your chances of landing a residency position are still high.  

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