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Orthopaedic Residency - Tips & Tricks 1 year 2 months ago #36548

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I am a non-traditional US orthopaedic applicant who would like to help others with a true passion for orthopaedics successfully match. Board scores and AOA status are being used more and more frequently to screen out qualified applicants. Sub-Is and letters are still important, but difficult to get at desirable programs. Please message me your information if interested in my insight and potential sub-I opportunities.

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- US med school
- Willingness to work, long, hard hours
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Orthopaedic Residency - Tips & Tricks 1 year 2 months ago #36569

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If your scores are your weakness, recommend doing away rotations at hard working programs in Michigan and Upstate New York. Personally, recommend Albany Medical Center --> high volume, plenty of trauma. Register via VSAS or email coordinator.
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