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It's Match Day

It's Match Day for medical students across the country. As this post is going up, those students are likely finding out where they'll be doing their residency. We wish our students at Stanford and around the country the best of luck!

If you're not familiar with Match Day, back in 2009 we produced this video showing one Stanford student's day before the match and the moment when she discovers where she's headed after graduation.

Later today, data about this year's Match will be available on the National Resident Matching Program's website.

Previously: Brian Eule discusses Match Day book and Match Day 2009

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