During your M2 year you will explore your options. Everything you do and learn during medical school contributes to the total package you submit when applying for residency. However, it's not just the events that take place (e.g., a research project, a leave of absence), but how you handle them. No one expects you to be perfect — but residency programs do expect to see that you try hard, learn from your mistakes, are open to feedback, and strive to improve.
Maximize your experiences during medical school, learning and growing as much as possible. Use these strategies to strive for positive outcomes including personal and professional development as well as to successfully recover from and move past less than ideal situations. Continue to focus and priority all of your courses.
- For Academic Advising, reach out to your Society Faculty Advisor and/or Medical Education (954) 262-1716.
- Attend the Lottery Information Session to learn about the 3rd year clinical rotation process (View recording if you missed it, or need to review any of the questions).
- Integrate board prep materials with coursework. Contact Medical Education for resource materials (954) 262-1716.
- Explore the different specialties through Careers in Medicine (CiM), and participating group activities designed to help with specialty and career choices.
- Participate in specialty interest group(s) associated with preferred medical specialties.
- Seek out clinical and research opportunities by contacting Dr. Alison Bested: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 954-262-2898.
- Earn a minimum score of 450 on COMSAE (pass COM 6990 course).
- All Students in good academic standing are eligible to take the COMLEX Level 1.
- Attend mandatory Track Day in January.