To Whom It May Concern:
I write this letter of recommendation with great adoration. Simply writing this LOR does not do my gratitude justice. I had been with Residents Medical for almost 2 years. I came here from India, joined Kaplan’s USMLE courses, but wasn’t getting anywhere. After I failed my USMLE Step 2 under Kaplan’s program, I went to Residents Medical’s office and signed up hoping they would take me into their Residency Placement program.
The staff offered me an assessment and a game plan, which saved me from a lot of stress and uncertainty in how to study. I went into their USMLE prep program, and was relieved to know the tutors were top medical school graduates with scores in the 99th percentile. Under their USMLE prep, I finally passed my Step 2 CK. They put me in an intense research program at USC Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles – a renowned program – for over a year. I learned how to be a top researcher and now have multiple publications after submissions to top medical journals.
Methodically, Residents Medical built up my CV, without any shortcuts. When I was doubting myself, RM always encouraged me further. So last month, July 2016, after the NRMP match and ERAS season was over, I got into a University-based residency program and worked in an amazing program as a PGY-1 Resident. Now, I just got offered a Categorical Position!
They told me to be passionate and to believe in myself. Well, I did just that and Residents Medical, with the help of The Everest Foundation, facilitated my residency position. I am so thankful that I found them when I did, and I recommend their services without any reservation. Timing and persistence is everything.
PGY-1 Internal Medicine Resident