How does ranking work?

After your interviews, you must determine the order of preference for the programs you have applied to by ranking them from most preferred to least preferred and excluding any programs that you applied to but do not wish to train at. Programs also rank their desired applicants in order of preference. These lists are called rank order lists (ROLs) and they are the only true determinants of a match outcome.

CaRMS’ online systems make the ranking process simple for you. Your rank order list page is a work area to rank, remove ranks and re-order your program submissions. This page allows you to work on your list development up until you are satisfied with your rankings.

For more information, including ranking tips, visit our ranking page on carms.ca

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