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Marilyn London, Ed.D
Provide a way for you to organize your paperwork for 4 th year (you can also set up electronic files using this design) Provide a way for you to cut down on the time it takes to apply for away electives Provide a place for you to store your important information
For the remainder of this PowerPoint, consider each slide to be a pocket in a binder (or a folder on your computer) that contains important information for the 4 th year. The title of the slide is the name of the folder. The bullets are what you should put in each folder.
Academic calendar that shows July 1 st through June 30 th of your 4 th year Use a calendar that has a box for each day so you can write in it if you choose to.
4 th year schedule printed from Cbase Blank calendar page from Cbase2 registration Print the webpage: nternshipQuest nternshipQuest From the above webpage, print the link under Figure 1 called GENERAL RESIDENCY APPLICATION TIMELINE (figure1)GENERAL RESIDENCY APPLICATION TIMELINE (figure1)
Request for Letter of Recommendation/Cover Sheet (print from MyERAS or pick up in OME) Create a list of Match sites and include your AAMC ID # on the page(e.g. (http://www.auanet.org/content/residency/residency- match.cfm), The Main Match schedule (http://www.nrmp.org/res_match/yearly.html)http://www.nrmp.org/res_match/yearly.html ERAS information you might need (http://www.aamc.org/students/eras/start.htm)http://www.aamc.org/students/eras/start.htm SF Match Timetable: Print and keep s we send you about the Match and about ERAS
List of Match sites Cbase URL Cbase2 URL (in case you want to drop/add or swap) URL’s of residency sites that interest you You could also include important phone numbers if you haven’t put them in your cell phone yet.
Personal Statement—3 or 4 copies CV—3 or 4 copies MCAS report for personal information to keep on hand Your copy of your USMLE reports of Step 1 results — 3 or 4 copies Certificate of completion for Infection Control/OSHA course
Health insurance card-5-6 copies Immunization forms (with records of vaccines, flu shots, updated PPD’s, annual physical assessment)—5-6 copies A blank Health Update form (pick up from Student Affairs office-Diane) Copies of any health forms required by away sites where you will apply for electives
Record of your interviews (Give each site a rating according to your priorities. You might list, for example, housing, transportation, friendly environment, location, etc.) Print outs of residency info –e.g. schedule overview for the department you apply to Pictures of residency sites Interview process schedules Application procedure and housing Other pertinent information regarding interviews and sites
URL of helpful web pages including study guides, question banks (perhaps a Kaplan site or NBME websites) Copy of USMLE application printed out Copy of Prometrics information (URL, phone no.) Copy of ID you plan to use when you go to take the exam URLs for Prometric dates when exams are available 4-5 copies of your Step 1 results
Elective approval forms for off campus and international electives ITP (International Travel Policy paperwork) Drop/add form and URL for “how to set up electives” website (https://cbase.som.sunysb.edu/cbase2/public/course_info/electives_info.cfm)https://cbase.som.sunysb.edu/cbase2/public/course_info/electives_info.cfm Elective Evaluation form Elective grading sheet Research Elective forms VSAS URL, password, instructions Thank you to Shannon Fuller for these innovative ideas!