RicardoKaká Posted January 12, 2021 Report Share Posted January 12, 2021 Hello, I am applying to a moderately competitive surgical speciality this year. I have received positive feedback on my suitability for the program at my home school from many of my preceptors who serve on the committee and have positive working relations with virtually all those I’ve worked with in the specialty. This led me to feeling relatively confident on going “all in” and not backing up. However, as application submission day looms nearer I am feeling anxious about the potential, albeit hopefully unlikely scenario of not receiving a spot in the specialty. My logic at this point in the worse case scenario situation would be to apply to FM in the second iteration. Is there any sense in scrambling to write letters now and get references from core rotations for FM or should I just stick to my original plan? appreciate the insight Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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