Document Services

We Can Assist International Medical Graduates With Organizing Required Documents

Your personal statement, Curriculum Vitae, and ERAS documentation are what define you when it comes to residency evaluation boards. If they are presented properly, these documents can significantly increase your chances of being invited to an in-person interview. In addition to personal statements, our team can help you with these other critical documents:

Personal Statements – $295/statement | Rush Fee $370
The personal statement is your opportunity to set your application apart from your peers. Residency program directors look to the personal statement to understand who you are – beyond your test scores and CV. It helps them determine if you would be the right “fit” for their program.

Our writers can increase your chances of getting into a U.S. Residency Program.

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ERAS CAF Development Service – $295
Your CAF is often the first document the program will review. It is your entire resume, from graduation to application, and is your first chance to make a lasting impression with program directors. If your CAF isn’t clear, professionally written or doesn’t communicate your experience and strengths, you could miss out on an important placement opportunity. The expert writers at IMGPrep will help you develop a CAF that gets you noticed.

Curriculum Vitae Service – $245
Your CV is one of your most valuable tool not only in the applications process. At IMGPrep, we recommend that you present each interviewer with a copy of your CV, allowing them to review your qualifications with ease. Let IMGPrep help you prepare a curriculum vitae that showcases your professionalism and experience. Your writer will help you prepare a document that is impressive, well-written, and attractive.

Thank You Letter Service – $85 initial letter
You had a successful interview …but now what? ? That waiting period in between interviews and the Match can be the most nerve-wracking time of the whole applications process. The applicant often feels that now matters are out of his control …but that’s not true! There is still something that you can do to give your application that extra boost! Sending a thank you letter after an interview is a great way to move your application to the top of the pile. You’d be surprised at how many applicants don’t take the opportunity to thank the residency program in a professional manner. Your thank you letter reinforces your image as a team player, and should also review portions of the interview. You can take the chance to remind a program director of your strengths, or to reassure them if they had any concerns. Don’t skip this vital step of the applications process!

Subsequent letters to interviewers within same program:
$65

Frequently Asked Questions

Straightforward answers to common questions about document services.

 

I am applying to two specialties, do I need two different personal statements?

Yes, we recommend that you develop different personal statements that are tailored to each specialty, and speak to your unique qualifications and particular interest in that specialty. Visit our Personal Statements page for more FAQs regarding personal statements.

 

Why would I need a CV if program directors have already seen my CAF?

When you present an interviewer with your CV, you’re giving him an easy way to reference your unique background and qualifications. He won’t have to strain his memory to remember obscure details from your CAF; all the information he needs is at his fingertips! When you arrive for your interview, you must be prepared to present a professional, up-to-date copy of your CV, printed on the appropriate paper. A well-crafted CV allows you another opportunity to impress a potential employer with your proficiency and fluency in English. A poorly-written or sloppy CV may convince a program director that you do not have the professionalism it takes to succeed in a U.S. residency program.

 

How do your writers present my information better than I myself would?

Our expert writers will help you determine prioritize which information belongs on your CV. We’ll help you figure out what to list and when to list it; we’ll help you showcase your medical expertise without allowing your CV to become overly clinical. We’ll also format your CV with a uniquely designed letterhead that you can use on all of your official communication; this will reinforce your image as a polished and a professional candidate.

 

How does the writing process work?

After purchasing our CV package, you will receive a detailed questionnaire with questions regarding your schooling, experience, and qualifications. Once you have completely filled out the questionnaire, your writer will create a CV that showcases your achievements and highlights your experience. You will receive your CV within 2-4 business days of submitting the questionnaire; you have another 2 business days to request changes.

 

When do I need a CV?

You should present each of your interviewers with a copy of your CV: remember to print it on high-quality paper! Also, when you mail in thank you letters after an interview, include a copy of your CV; this will help a busy program director put a face to your letter.