The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), or the Match, helps match medical school students with residency programs.
A defining moment in your medical career, here are some resources, timelines and past match results to help guide you through the matching process. We also recommend you look through the AOA Intern/Resident Registration Program and the National Resident Matching Program websites for information about deadlines.
100% of our graduates have successfully matched to residency programs in the 2014, 2015, and 2016 academic years.
COMLEX Pass Rates
The National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) is the leading assessment organization for the osteopathic medical profession. By providing standardized exams to assess the competency of all osteopathic medical students and physicians throughout their training, the NBOME protects the public by guaranteeing that all DO’s meet the same national standard of medical knowledge and clinical skill. All students must demonstrate satisfactory performance on the NBOME’s COMLEX-USA Level I and Level II (CE & PE) exams as a requirement for graduation.
Students take the COMLEX-USA Level 1 exam between their second and third year. The exam assesses medical knowledge in the area of anatomy, pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry, community medicine, medical humanities, internal medicine, microbiology and pathology. The data presented below illustrates the percentage of TouroCOM students from the Harlem and Middletown campuses who pass the NBOME COMLEX-USA Level-1 exam on their first attempt, as compared to the national mean.
Data represents first time test takers. TouroCOM Middletown scores are from the inaugural Class of 2018. Data for the Class of 2018 is accurate as of 11/30/2016.
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|Gabriela Castro||Sarah Stoltz Kessler|
|Director of Clinical Education||Director of Clinical Education|
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