ERAS Personal Statement
The pursuit of graduation medical education entails a great deal of paperwork. For the majority of applications it is only those written words that will be able to represent who you are as an applicant before an evaluation board at a residency program. For many international medical graduates, English may not be your first language. For others, applicants may still find it challenging to convey their thoughts and ideas in a clear and concise way. For all applicants, it is the personal statement and ERAS documentation that will define who you are to the residency program, and if presented properly these documents have the potential to significantly increase your chances of being asked to attend an in-person interview.
Why Use a Professional CV/PS Writing Service?
English may not be your first language, or there may be a disconnect between the words in your head and the words that make it to the paper.
Your personal statement 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.
Remember: these documents are the first impression you create, and in order to be competitive, you need to match the quality of your peers. In fact, you need to do more than be competitive; you need to stand out as a leader to become a prime candidate for a residency program.
Purpose of Personal Statement Writing the Personal Statement Working with your writer
Residency applicants: While we’d like to help you present a statement that is as impressive as impossible, please note that we will not and cannot write your statement for you. IMGPrep’s writers will be more than happy to help you edit your statement for grammar, syntax, and organization. During the initial editing stages, your writer may pose brainstorming questions or suggest additional areas that you may wish to address in your statement. Your writer will strive to help you create a statement that makes a compelling argument for your candidacy, and that accurately reflects your own voice. However, our writers cannot add or create any content for your essay. All anecdotes, beliefs, and examples must be original and must be provided by the applicant. We thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to working with you!
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.
Whether youâ€™re a recent graduate or a seasoned physician, our writers will show you how you can present your qualifications to make the best impression on employers. We will show you how to maximize the valuable experience you have gained during your U.S. clinical experience and as a volunteer while presenting your work experience, elaborating on your areas of expertise, and organizing your research experience and publications. After filling out our detailed questionnaire, you will receive your completed CV in 2-3 business days.
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 present themselves as professional, collected, and competent. Your thank you letter reinforces your image as a good team player and can 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!
|Initial thank you letter to program director||$85|
|Subsequent letters to interviewers within same program||$65|
Personal Statement Writing Services
Many IMGs have faced the ethical dilemma of hiring a personal statement writing service, and you may be considering it, too.
Don’t make that mistake. It may be a violation of the terms of participation in the NRMP®.
You have a better option: work with IMGPrep’s expert writers. We will help you overcome the difficulties associated with writing a personal statement by:
• Identifying ideas and concepts relevant to you and the application
• Working with you one-on-one to develop an initial outline
• Helping you draw out thoughts and ideas in your own voice
• Evaluating your personal statement for clarity and strength
• Editing and polishing your personal statement to ensure that it is thoroughly professional
While it may be tempting to hire someone to write your personal statement, evaluation boards need that document to reflect who you really are. They’ll pick up on your unique voice and use what they learn to determine whether you’re a good fit for their residency programs.
Curriculum Vitae Service for International Medical Graduates
A curriculum vitae or resumé is a basic document that all professionals should maintain. It’s one of your most valuable tools when you are applying for a medical residency position in the U.S.
We recommend that you bring your CV or resumé to each interview you attend. It’s often a helpful document that the interviewer can use to review your qualifications and refer to while he or she is making final determinations.
IMGPrep can help you prepare a curriculum vitae that showcases your high level of professionalism and your extensive experience. You’ll be assigned a writer who will help you prepare a well written, impressive and attractive CV or résumé.
Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned physician, our writers will show you how to best present your qualifications. We will show you how to maximize the valuable experience you have gained during your U.S. clinical experience and through volunteerism. We will also help present your work experience and elaborate on your areas of expertise, as well as organize your research experience and highlight your publications.
Once you fill out our detailed questionnaire, we will complete your CV in two to three business days.
Thank-You Letter Service for International Medical Graduates
You had a successful interview… but now what?
The waiting period between interviews and your match can be the most nerve-wracking time during your application process. You may feel like matters are out of your control and that you’re simply playing a waiting game.
Fortunately, that’s not true. There’s still something you can do to give your application an 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 by the number of applicants who don’t take the opportunity to present themselves as professional, collected and competent. A thank-you letter reinforces your image as a good team player; further, it’s a tool to remind the interviewer why you’re qualified.
Don’t skip this vital step of the applications process. It could mean the difference between acceptance and rejection.