Do programs have to disclose to applicants the application process they intend to use for the 2024 Main Residency Match and SOAP?

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Yes, NRMP policy requires that all programs inform applicants about the specific application service(s) or process(es) they intend to use during the 2024 Main Residency Match and SOAP. 

In addition, the NRMP’s Registration, Ranking, and Results system (R3) will be updated for the 2024 Main Residency Match to require programs to identify all of the application services they will accept for the transition cycle. This will ensure transparency and allow applicants to prepare accordingly, regardless of the application process the programs require.