The Amazing Books written by Myers R. Hurt III

If you are a graduating medical student, you’ve applied to programs in your intended specialization and you're currently waiting for interview invitations to start rolling in. Are you looking for an edge to help you stand out in this elite crowd? Here are the books that will help you to ace your interviews and match into the residency of your dreams.

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Getting In:
How to stand out from the crowd ace your residency interview

 

As a graduating medical student, you know what’s coming this year: interviewing for the NRMP Match. You’ve applied to programs in your intended specialization, and now you’re waiting for interview invitations to start rolling in. Your MD is around the corner, and you’re eager to begin practicing medicine as a resident. Well done!For many, the Match-interview season means visiting departments nationwide. But why spend so much time and energy traveling to hospital campuses? The answer is simple: the NRMP Program Director Survey has reported that fewer than 14% of a program’s applicants are invited to campus in any given year. Any time a program expresses interest in hiring you, you’ll need an edge to help you stand out in this elite crowd. But what, exactly, are program directors looking for? How can you ace your interviews and Match into the residency of your dreams? Luckily, the second edition of Getting In is here to help.

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Getting In:
How to stand out from the crowd ace your residency interview

 

As a graduating medical student, you know what’s coming this year: interviewing for the NRMP Match. You’ve applied to programs in your intended specialization, and now you’re waiting for interview invitations to start rolling in. Your MD is around the corner, and you’re eager to begin practicing medicine as a resident. Well done!For many, the Match-interview season means visiting departments nationwide. But why spend so much time and energy traveling to hospital campuses? The answer is simple: the NRMP Program Director Survey has reported that fewer than 14% of a program’s applicants are invited to campus in any given year. Any time a program expresses interest in hiring you, you’ll need an edge to help you stand out in this elite crowd. But what, exactly, are program directors looking for? How can you ace your interviews and Match into the residency of your dreams? Luckily, the second edition of Getting In is here to help.

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Write It:

The NRMP Personal Statement Workbook Business

 

As a fourth-year medical student, you know what comes next: the NRMP Match. For the bulk ofyour residency application package, your accomplishments will boil down to objectivenumbers—test scores, grades, and class rank. Though these hard stats are important,unfortunately, they do not reflect you as an individual. By contrast, your personal statement—theonly subjective piece of your application truly within your control—is your one chance to tellprogram directors who you are and why they should hire you. Yet for many, writing theirstatement is daunting and is far too easy to gloss over amid the tidal wave of stats.While the 2018 NRMP Program Director Survey shows that your USMLE Step 1 score remainsthe single most important factor in securing a residency interview, your personal statement ranksfifth out of almost three-dozen factors. In fact, a stellar statement could mean the differencebetween Matching with your first-choice program and scrubbing into SOAP.Luckily, Write It is here to help. In this book, Dr. Myers Hurt, a board-certified physician andformer University of Texas faculty member, outlines a step-by-step approach for writing anexceptional statement that will make you stand out. With his engaging blend of sound advice andlight humor, Dr. Hurt’s methods will help you land the residency that’s perfect for you.

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Write It:

The NRMP Personal Statement Workbook Business

 

As a fourth-year medical student, you know what comes next: the NRMP Match. For the bulk ofyour residency application package, your accomplishments will boil down to objectivenumbers—test scores, grades, and class rank. Though these hard stats are important,unfortunately, they do not reflect you as an individual. By contrast, your personal statement—theonly subjective piece of your application truly within your control—is your one chance to tellprogram directors who you are and why they should hire you. Yet for many, writing theirstatement is daunting and is far too easy to gloss over amid the tidal wave of stats.While the 2018 NRMP Program Director Survey shows that your USMLE Step 1 score remainsthe single most important factor in securing a residency interview, your personal statement ranksfifth out of almost three-dozen factors. In fact, a stellar statement could mean the differencebetween Matching with your first-choice program and scrubbing into SOAP.Luckily, Write It is here to help. In this book, Dr. Myers Hurt, a board-certified physician andformer University of Texas faculty member, outlines a step-by-step approach for writing anexceptional statement that will make you stand out. With his engaging blend of sound advice andlight humor, Dr. Hurt’s methods will help you land the residency that’s perfect for you.

Reserve My Spot Now!

About The Author

 

Dr. Myers R. Hurt III is an author, entrepreneur, and board-certified physician. As a graduating medical student, he secured his first-choice Match at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. During his last year in the program, he served as chief resident. Dr. Hurt then joined the faculty of the Department of Family Medicine as an assistant professor, where he split his time between medical education and clinical practice. He remains passionate about helping emerging doctors find their own paths to success.

Dr. Hurt currently writes a biweekly health column for The Paris News in Texas. His articles have appeared in the Medical Journal–Houston, Explore: The Journal of Science & Healing, the Daily News (Galveston, TX), and the Student Doctor Network. His previous speaking engagements have included guest lectures at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Texas Medical Branch, the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, the Texas Academy of Family Physicians, and the University of Miami’s School of Nursing.

His first book, Getting In: How to Stand Out from the Crowd and Ace Your Residency Interview, has sold thousands of copies and consistently reaches #1 in Amazon’s Medical Education category during the residency-interview season. His podcast, “Countdown to the MATCH,” has seen over 20,000 unique downloads across a variety of platforms.