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How do I review the results of the Match for my program?

Program results are released in the R3 system and sent via email. You can view your program results in the R3 system by accessing the Confidential Roster of Program’s Matched Applicants report on your Match home page when the results are released. To view where the applicants you ranked matched, access the Match Results by…

How do programs fill any unfilled positions after a NRMP Match?

Main Residency Match: Program directors who learn on Monday of Match Week that they did not fill their positions can participate in the Match Week Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program® (SOAP®), provided they notified the NRMP prior to the Quota Change Deadline of the desire to participate in SOAP. Fellowship Matches: Specialties Matching Service® program directors who…

How will I know if I have matched in the Main Residency Match?

Applicants in the Main Residency Match® will learn at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday of Match Week whether they matched to a program by logging in to the R3 system with their username and password. The match messages will differ depending on your results. Applicants will be presented with one of the following messages: 1. Congratulations, you have…

How will I know if I have matched in the Main Residency Match?

Applicants in the Main Residency Match® will learn at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday of Match Week whether they matched to a program by logging in to the R3 system with their username and password. The match messages will differ depending on your results. Applicants will be presented with one of the following messages: 1. Congratulations, you have…

What happens between Rank Order List Deadline and Match Day?

Between the Rank Order List Certification Deadline and Match Day, the NRMP conducts a rigorous review of Match data, including: Assessing and confirming the integrity of the data Conducting a final verification of applicants’ credentials Withdrawing applicants who are ineligible for the Match Transferring the data from the R3® system to the matching algorithm module, rechecking the data,…

Can I participate in both the NRMP’s Main Residency Match® and CaRMS?

Yes, NRMP has an agreement with CaRMS that permits applicants to participate in both the Canadian and U.S. Matches. Under this agreement, mutual applicants matched in whichever country runs its match first are removed from the other organization’s match. In 2024, the NRMP and CaRMS schedules overlap, with the NRMP Match results released first. CaRMS…

Can programs use more than one application service?

NRMP policy does not prohibit programs from utilizing more than one application service or process. NRMP will require programs to notify applicants, at the beginning of the application and recruitment season, which application service or process they intend to use for both Main Residency Match and SOAP.

Do I need to reapply to programs after the first SOAP round?

Programs to which you have applied have access to your application during all SOAP rounds. If you still have unused applications from your initial batch of 45, you can submit them for any remaining unfilled programs that you are interested in and have not yet applied to via ERAS. The unfilled programs list is updated…

How do I set my SOAP participation status?

In order to participate in SOAP, program directors must set their SOAP participation status to “YES” on the SOAP Participation tab accessible through their Program Details page in the R3 system. Program directors can begin setting their SOAP participation indicator when the Main Residency Match opens for registration. The SOAP participation indicator MUST be set…

How many applications do I get for the SOAP process?

The applications are not tied to rounds and, once an application is submitted, it can be considered by the programs during all rounds. The SOAP Offer Rounds indicate when offers are made, not when applications are reviewed by programs. NRMP is not an application service.

How will applicants who apply to OB/GYN during the algorithm phase of the 2025 Match, and go unmatched, apply to programs during SOAP?

Applicants will utilize the application service or process designated by the specialty or the program. Any residency application service that supports programs participating in the Main Residency Match will work with the NRMP to establish and/or maintain a seamless exchange of applicant information so applicants are able to move through the Match Week and SOAP…

How will I know if I have matched in the Main Residency Match?

Applicants in the Main Residency Match® will learn at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday of Match Week whether they matched to a program by logging in to the R3 system with their username and password. The match messages will differ depending on your results. Applicants will be presented with one of the following messages: 1. Congratulations, you have…

If I match to an advanced program on my primary rank order list (ROL), but do not match to one of the linked preliminary programs on my supplemental list, will the algorithm keep going down my list to match me to both position types?

No. If the algorithm has matched you to an advanced position on your primary ROL and is not able to match you to a preliminary position on your linked supplemental ROL, it will not keep going down your list. In that case, you are committed to the advanced position and must seek a qualifying first-year…

What is a “partially-matched” applicant?

An applicant who matches to a PGY-1, preliminary or transitional year position only or to an advanced, PGY-2 position only would be considered partially matched. Partially-matched applicants should only apply to programs for which they are eligible during SOAP. The NRMP is the authoritative source for applicant SOAP eligibility status. Applicants are responsible for ensuring…

Do I need to reapply to programs after the first SOAP round?

Programs to which you have applied have access to your application during all SOAP rounds. If you still have unused applications from your initial batch of 45, you can submit them for any remaining unfilled programs that you are interested in and have not yet applied to via ERAS. The unfilled programs list is updated…

How many applications do I get for the SOAP process?

The applications are not tied to rounds and, once an application is submitted, it can be considered by the programs during all rounds. The SOAP Offer Rounds indicate when offers are made, not when applications are reviewed by programs. NRMP is not an application service.

How will I know if I have matched in the Main Residency Match?

Applicants in the Main Residency Match® will learn at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday of Match Week whether they matched to a program by logging in to the R3 system with their username and password. The match messages will differ depending on your results. Applicants will be presented with one of the following messages: 1. Congratulations, you have…

I am a partially-matched applicant or part of a couple where one partner is unmatched and one partner matched. Can I find out the geographic location where I matched?

Partially-matched applicants and couple applicants whose partner did not match will have the city, state, and zip code of their matched program provided on their Match Home page in the R3 system when the Match status notification is released on Monday of Match Week. Applicants who are fully matched will not have any location information…

What is a “partially-matched” applicant?

An applicant who matches to a PGY-1, preliminary or transitional year position only or to an advanced, PGY-2 position only would be considered partially matched. Partially-matched applicants should only apply to programs for which they are eligible during SOAP. The NRMP is the authoritative source for applicant SOAP eligibility status. Applicants are responsible for ensuring…

Do I need to reapply to programs after the first SOAP round?

Programs to which you have applied have access to your application during all SOAP rounds. If you still have unused applications from your initial batch of 45, you can submit them for any remaining unfilled programs that you are interested in and have not yet applied to via ERAS. The unfilled programs list is updated…

How many applications do I get for the SOAP process?

The applications are not tied to rounds and, once an application is submitted, it can be considered by the programs during all rounds. The SOAP Offer Rounds indicate when offers are made, not when applications are reviewed by programs. NRMP is not an application service.

How will I know if I have matched in the Main Residency Match?

Applicants in the Main Residency Match® will learn at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday of Match Week whether they matched to a program by logging in to the R3 system with their username and password. The match messages will differ depending on your results. Applicants will be presented with one of the following messages: 1. Congratulations, you have…

What is a “partially-matched” applicant?

An applicant who matches to a PGY-1, preliminary or transitional year position only or to an advanced, PGY-2 position only would be considered partially matched. Partially-matched applicants should only apply to programs for which they are eligible during SOAP. The NRMP is the authoritative source for applicant SOAP eligibility status. Applicants are responsible for ensuring…

How do programs fill any unfilled positions after a NRMP Match?

Main Residency Match: Program directors who learn on Monday of Match Week that they did not fill their positions can participate in the Match Week Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program® (SOAP®), provided they notified the NRMP prior to the Quota Change Deadline of the desire to participate in SOAP. Fellowship Matches: Specialties Matching Service® program directors who…