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Advertisement Don’t Hire Just Any Editing Service for Your ERAS® Application and Personal Statement

Dear USMLE Forum Member,

Having trouble completing your ERAS® Application?

Not sure how to address specific questions in your personal statement?

It’s already August. Medical school students/graduates like you seek out opinions, ask for feedback and hope for the best before they send off their ERAS® Applications and personal statements.

Stop: Before you ask for help, ask yourself if your classmate, program adviser or generic editing service is intrinsically focused on the extremely specialized ERAS® process.

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Why? I’m Donald Morrish, MD. I’ll tell you why generic edits don’t cut it.

As a former Associate Program Director of a highly competitive residency program, I know applications must be strong throughout. You need to interest reviewers, fast. Plus you must keep their attention—especially with your personal statement and letters of recommendation.

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