Before You Register
Learn About Sending Applications to Programs
Registering for the MedPhys Match does not constitute an application to any of the programs that participate in the MedPhys Match. You must still apply to programs independently of the MedPhys Match.
Application processes and deadlines for programs vary. Check with programs directly for more information. Many programs obtain their applications through the Medical Physics Residency Application Program (MP-RAP) provided by AAPM.
The applicant registration fee is $100 USD.
The fee is non-refundable (even if you subsequently decide not to participate in the MedPhys Match) and is not transferable to future MedPhys Matches or other applicants.
It is recommended that you register for the MedPhys Match by December 1, 2021.
Registrations can be accepted after December 1. However, you must be registered for the MedPhys Match before you can send applications to participating programs through MP-RAP. Furthermore, you should be registered before the entry of Rank Order Lists begins on March 7, 2022 so that programs can rank you when they submit their Rank Order Lists. No applicant registrations are allowed after March 23, 2022.
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After You Register
Confirmation and Code Number
When your registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation by email that includes the 5-digit applicant Code Number that uniquely identifies you in the MedPhys Match. Use your Code Number in all future correspondence pertaining to the MedPhys Match.
You should also provide your Code Number to the programs where you apply, and enter your Code Number into your MP-RAP application to enable you to send applications to participating programs through MP-RAP.
Updating Your Account and Profile Information
Once you are registered, you can log in to the NMS Match System to update your account and profile information. This includes modifying your email, password, security questions, personal and education information, couple status, as well as withdrawing from participating in the MedPhys Match.