Dr. Samir Desai serves on the faculty of the Baylor College of Medicine in the Department of Medicine. He is an author and editor, having written ten books that . The Successful Match book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. The Successful Match book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. What does it take to match into the specialty and program of yo.
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Embeds 0 No embeds. If you are in medical school, you have already experienced the joy I am being sarcastic of jumping through hoops and spending thousands of dollars interviewing to get where you are today.
Getting into residencies will be as similar as getting into medical schools. You will get to re-experience that joy again, sarcasm of jumping through hoops and spending thousands of dollars interviewing. When I was applying to medical schools, I wish I had a guide on what to do and what not to do.
It would have made my life so much easier. But although I did not find a guide for applying to medical schools hint, hint, Dr. Desai and Dr. Katta , I did find a guide for applying to residencies, The Successful Match: Does this guide deliver?
Will it make your life easier as you apply for residencies? Read more to find out. With all of my book reviews, I would like to start out with the table of contents. In a way, by glancing at the table of contents, you can get an idea of what the book is about and what it will cover.
Just by looking at the topics, the book seems to cover anything and everything related to getting matched into a residency. Ok, maybe it is worth it to explore what this book further. The reason why I wanted to read this book in the third year is because I wanted to know how I should approach doctors for letters of recommendation as I finish my rotations. But the book offers much more than that. As I wrote in my review of Success on the Wards: Not only did they base their findings on various articles and journals, they sent surveys to many program directors asking what they were looking for.
All of chapter 2 pertains to what the program directors in each specialty values. This chapter is worth its weight in gold. Among 12 academic criteria, Wagoner found that published medical school research was last in importance.
In general, research experience is not necessary to secure a residency position. Taylor found that the interview was most useful to program directors in ranking an applicant. That is good news for me, because I did not do any research and I have no plans of doing research.
But I am confident in my interviewing abilities.