Posted by IMGPrep Team from IP 184.108.40.206 on January 03, 2011 at 12:55:23:
In Reply to: do I need to register to nrmp for scramble? posted by george on March 15, 2010 at 23:44:32:
TO GET ANSWERS FOR YOUR QUESTIONS IN DETAIL FOR FREE TONIGHT!
You have sent out your applications months ago, but your feelings of apprehension and tension may be growing. Now is the time to assess your options and create a plan that is designed to maximize your chances of obtaining a residency slot. Hopefully, your application documents were well-crafted, you have completed several interviews and have a few more invitations, and you have already sent thank you letters to all of your interviewers.
But you have to decide: Now what? Will I Match? Where will I be at this time, next year? Was my application well received? Did I have enough interviews? Will I be ranked highly? Should I Scramble?
The most pressing question What is this Scramble all about?
Your applications are completed, but not all of your questions are answered. Our clients have told us that they wish they had a basic primer to inform them of their options and to teach them how each aspect of the Match works. There are so many new terms and systems to learn! The word Scramble is looming and Large; it sounds frightening. Many of our clients have contacted us with basic questions about the Scramble:
* What is the post-Match Scramble?
* How do I do it?
* Am I a candidate for the Scramble?
* If my application didnt get the response I had hoped for, should I just try again next year?
* How can I make a plan of action?
* How can I know if I will have to Scramble?
* I have heard that the Scramble is such a crazy day that all sites are down and all phone lines are busy; should I even bother trying?
* Why should I use a Scramble service when I can Scramble by myself?
If yo have been looking for answers to some of these questions, then our teleconference is for you! Due to popular demand, we'll be hosting our annual FREE teleconference that will serve as your Scramble primer. Learn the basics of Scrambling, and how you can prepare for an efficient and productive Scramble day; take advantage of the conference's Question & Answer Session and ask questions of our expert staff, comprised of coaches, physicians, and writers. This is not a sales pitch; it is an informative lecture that will give you the answers you're looking for.
The teleconference is scheduled for this coming Monday January 03, 2011 at 9:00 PM EST
Please email email@example.com for details; Applicants will receive an email with login instructions Monday morning January 03, 2011.
Applicants may send in a Question that is not too personalized but general that the audience may benefit please email us the question before hand, your name will be protected.
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