Learn what the average length of rank order lists was for matched and unmatched applicants and for filled and unfilled programs in the Main Residency Match. Matched applicants and filled programs consistently have longer ROLs than unmatched applicants and unfilled programs. Impact of Length of Rank Order List on Match Results 2015
Press Release: 2015 Residency Match Largest on Record with More Than 41,000 Applicants Vying for Over 30,000 Residency Positions in 4,756 Programs
Nearly 17,000 U.S. allopathic medical school students are finding out where they will train at Match Day ceremonies across the nation today. Washington, D.C., March 20, 2015 – The National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®) announced today the results of what has turned out to be the largest Main Residency Match® in NRMP history. Nearly 17,000 […]
Press Release: NRMP to Release Results for More Than 40,000 Physician Residency Applicants on March 20
U.S. allopathic medical school seniors and other applicants participating in the 2015 Main Residency Match® will learn on Friday, March 20, from the National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®) where they will train for the next three to seven years. Read press release | View Match data reports
More than 7,400 applicants matched to fellowship positions in the NRMP’s Specialties Matching Service® for the 2015 appointment year. Read press release | Read reports
Are you an applicant in the Main Residency Match? We are conducting our biennial applicant survey about the factors you use to make decisions about applying to and ranking programs. Your responses will help inform future applicants. Please take a few minutes to complete the #Match2015 applicant survey you received in your email. Survey closes […]
NRMP President and CEO Mona Signer presented last month at the Association of American Medical Colleges’ 2014 Annual Meeting. The presentation focused on the perceived competitiveness of the Main Residency Match and highlighted proposed changes to Match Week in 2016 and findings from the 2014 Program Director Survey.