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"ERAS: We are experiencing a high call volume, please call back later." <--then maybe you should answer the calls to lower the call volume!

So I'll ask you guys:

1.) Under Experience Tab under Applications in ERAS, it states:

"Experience
(Include Clinical and Teaching experience as work experiences, include all unpaid extra-curricular activities and committees you have served on as volunteer experiences )
This page allows entries for each work, volunteer, or research experience. Complete the required fields and Save. The page will refresh to allow additional entries. "

-Do we add each core and elective rotation we completed?

2.) Say I sent my application to a few programs, then i find more potential programs a few days later. Can I apply to the new programs with a different personal statement?

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Electives/Volunteer/Observerships/Externship not included in your school's core rotations or curriculum should be included in the experience tab.

Core rotations that are a part of your Medical school transcript are not to be included.

Yes,you can apply to new programs with different personal statements even after a number of days. It's not a problem.

I hope I have answered your queries.

Good luck!
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