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Default ERAS Residency Application Season Begins Soon

ERAS Opens for Application Submission Sept. 6th

This is a reminder that September 6, 2016, is the first day residency candidates will be allowed to begin submitting residency applications to residency programs. Residency candidates will have 9 days (from September 6th to September 14th) to send in applications to programs before programs will begin receiving applications September 15th.

Important Tips:
  1. Be sure to proofread your ERAS Application before you select “Certify” (after you Certify, the information will be locked in and unchangeable)

  2. Choose the documents you assign carefully-- do not accidentally assign your Family Medicine Personal Statement to an Internal Medicine program

  3. Do not apply to programs without researching their requirements first

  4. Do not rush your application. Make sure everything is complete and in order before submitting any applications. As long as you apply before September 15th, you can apply at any time.

Match A Resident will help you get your program research done fast, or help you review the research you have already completed-- especially if the research was conducted through unreliable sources such as program websites and public databases.

Complete your program research at:

If you have any questions throughout the Match Season about the residency application process, please call Match A Resident at 858-299-2003 ext. 2, or email [email protected].
Questions about the medical residency program application process? Feel free to call Match A Resident at (858) 221-8510 or
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