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Being at the right place at the right time is the key. You want to go to a few interviews that you do not rank very high first. Your "best shot" should be scheduled after that, for the end of October - beginning of November. This is when you are at the top of your performance and prematches are very likely.
 
Being at the right place at the right time is the key. You want to go to a few interviews that you do not rank very high first. Your "best shot" should be scheduled after that, for the end of October - beginning of November. This is when you are at the top of your performance and prematches are very likely.
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Scheduling late (December-January) may have advantages for the programs that do not do prematches. However, if a program does prematches, most likely it will get filled by then and your late interview canceled.

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Being at the right place at the right time is the key. You want to go to a few interviews that you do not rank very high first. Your "best shot" should be scheduled after that, for the end of October - beginning of November. This is when you are at the top of your performance and prematches are very likely.

Scheduling late (December-January) may have advantages for the programs that do not do prematches. However, if a program does prematches, most likely it will get filled by then and your late interview canceled.