Using the right words and language is crucial to your success in matching.
UCLA states that "as an applicant to residency training programs, you will be required to submit applications, write personal statements and interview all of which will involve demonstrating that you possess strong English skills."
Before programs will consider you for an interview, they will review your ERAS Application to assess the quality of your written communication skills. If your information is not well communicated or error-free, your application is likely to land in the rejection pile.
It is also very common for applicants to write underwhelming descriptions of their many notable activities in terms of content. When this happens, it represents a lost opportunity to impress.
Dr. Samir Desai has extensive experience editing residency applications and can make sure that your application is polished, professional, and powerful.
Steps involved in the process
Step 1: Purchase our ERAS Application Review/Editing Service.
Step 2: Send your ERAS application to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3: After reviewing your ERAS application (all applications are reviewed by Dr. Samir Desai), we will send you a list of questions to answer for each of your experiences. After you send us detailed answers to these questions, we will advise you on how to make the content of your descriptions more compelling.
Step 4: We will make revisions as needed until you are satisfied.
Please note that this service does not include personal statement review/editing.