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EMRA Hangout with Dr. Epter 8PM Eastern 8/4/16 (Shared screen with speaker view)
Neha
31:13
How do you recommend we research and approach a potential mentor?
James Karz
01:07:11
If i don’t have a second SLOE until October-November, is that too late in the application process?
Neha
01:07:24
If your third rotation is in october, should we still get that SLOE even though it’ll be submitted well past the deadline?
marymclean
01:10:25
With the volume of EM applicants, do you feel that a sub-200 Step 1 score is a show-stopper for interview offers?
SLC
01:12:50
I have my core EM rotation before 3 sub-i’s. Should I try to get SLOE’s from each sub-i and an SLOR from my core? thank you!
Ross (Moderator)
01:13:56
What are your expectations as a program director from students coming for an away rotation, what stands out in positive/negative ways?
ralphbauer
01:16:23
Is there any disadvantage to couples matching?
Ross (Moderator)
01:16:50
If your third rotation is in october, should we still get that SLOE even though it’ll be submitted well past the deadline?
Ross (Moderator)
01:18:03
How many away rotations should I do? Is it possible to have too many SLOEs?
Ross (Moderator)
01:20:50
Any advice on how program directors look at older, more non-traditional students?
Ross (Moderator)
01:23:28
Should we definitely check the box that says we waive our right to see the SLOE’s?
Ross (Moderator)
01:26:08
As a DO student I want to do audition a 3 ACGME residencies that I really want to go to. Should I get SLOE’s from all 3?
Ross (Moderator)
01:27:42
In regard to step 1 and 2 scores, what is an average applicant and what is an above average candidate in your opinion? For DOs and IMGs?
corey_dye
01:33:56
thanks!
Mason
01:33:58
Thanks!
Neha
01:33:58
Thanks so much Ross! I love these Hangouts!
marymclean
01:34:00
Thank you, Dr. Epter!
Brian
01:34:04
Thank you!
KC
01:34:05
Thank you very much!
Ally
01:34:07
That EMRA map is awesome! Thanks Ross and Dr. Epter!!
Neha
01:34:09
Thanks Dr. Epter! I appreciate your words