Results and Data: 2013 Residency Match This site has the official data and statistics from the NRMP that includes the below-stated resources as well as a residency and fellowship timelines.
2013 Match Results by State, Applicant, and Specialty This document contains data (tables and graphs) for the Main Residency Match (nationally, state-by-state, and by program) as well as the number of positions offered/filled. SOAP data are also presented in this 2013 report.
NRMP Program Results, 2009-2013 This document has the number of positions offered/filled by state, specialty, and applicant type in 2013.
NRMP Program Results 2009-2013 Main Residency Match This document states the numbers of positions offered/filled for all programs participating in the Match from 2009-2013. Data from previous years are also available (1984-2012) at CLICK HERE. It includes data about the main residency match, data from match results (sorted by state, specialty, and applicant type), main residency match by program, match by specialties, charting outcomes in the match, NRMP program director survey reports, and NRMP applicant survey reports.
RESIDENCY RESEARCH REPORTS Charting Outcomes in the Match, 2011:Characteristics of Applicants Who Matched to Their Preferred Specialty in the 2011 NRMP Main Residency Match (4th edition). This document details how applicant qualifications (12 measures) affect Match success. These measures included work/volunteer experiences, research experiences, USMLE Step 1 and Step CK scores, number of specialties ranked, and number of continuous ranks.
Results of the 2012 NRMP Program Director Survey This document presents the results of the 2012 NRMP Program Director Survey. Data are reported for 22 specialties. Key criteria include: a) factors used for granting interviews and ranking applicants b) use of the USMLE exam scores c) percentage of interview slots filled.
Results of the 2013 NRMP Program Director Survey This document has the results from the 2011 NRMP Applicant Survey. Data is from transitional year programs and 18 specialties. This document states factors that applicants consider important in selecting programs.