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7 Tips on AAMC Fellowship Application Process

Are You Applying for an AAMC Fellowship Place?

aamc fellowshipThe Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) can help you to access a fellowship program at one of the many hospitals and medical schools that they work with. They use their Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) to help you to apply to one of the over 400 teaching hospitals or 145 medical schools within the US. Through their system you will be able to upload all of the medical fellowship application documentation that the different AAMC fellowship programs will be looking for as well as being able to browse and apply to specific programs.
The following sections will run through some of the tips that you will need to follow if you want to ensure that you get the position that you really want:

1. Get Your Dates Right

From June 9th you will be able to gain a token from the ERAS Fellowships Document Office (EFDO). Your ERAS token will allow you to create an AAMC account and access your MyERAS account to begin uploading all of your requirements.

2. Know What You Need to Provide

The following is a list of the documentation that you will be required to provide through ERAS. This information is what will be passed to program directors so that they can assess your suitability for their program:

  • Your ERAS Fellowship application form
  • Personal Statement
  • Medical Transcripts
  • Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)
  • Letters of Recommendation (LoRs)
  • Photograph
  • ABSITE transcripts for surgical fellowships
  • USMLE transcripts; United States Medical Licensing Examination
  • Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) status report for overseas applicants

3. Choose Your LoR Authors Wisely

Through MyERAS you can request a letter of recommendation from as many authors as you wish. Each time you input someone’s data a letter will be generated specific to that individual. Do not send the letter to anyone else. When you do send that letter requesting a Letter ensure that you provide the individual with enough information that they can write you an effective LoR. This should include information such as:

  • How they know you
  • Whether they taught you etc
  • What achievements you have made
  • Your resume and personal statement
  • Details of the applications you wish to make

4. Write Your Personal Statement Carefully for AAMC Fellowship Programs

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Your rheumatology fellowship personal statement can often be the decision maker when offering a place. When applicants have similar qualifications and backgrounds often the only way to differentiate between them is through what they say within their personal statement. So ensure that you write yours in a manner that is going to get you noticed:

  • Tailor it specifically to the post you wish to gain
  • Open with a hook that will get their attention right from the start
  • Maintain their interest by ensuring that you writing flows well; more like a story than your resume
  • Use language that everyone can understand easily; don’t use slang, acronyms or difficult unusual words
  • Never state the obvious or repeat information from elsewhere in your application
  • Never use clichés or any form of quotation as they want to hear your own words
  • Remain concise and stay within the 1 page limit for your statement
  • Carefully proofread to ensure that you submit it with no errors in your writing

5. Tailor Your Application to Each Program

When you apply to a fellowship position through ERAS you can assign the specific documents that you want the program to see. So if you have written several versions of your personal statement to target specific programs or specialties then you can select which one you want them to see. The same goes for your LoRs if you feel that letters from specific individuals will hold more weight with different programs.

6. Sign Up For the Match

ERAS is not a matching service, it is merely a place where you can upload your data and apply to the many different fellowships and residencies that are available. If you wish to use a Match service such as NRMP (National Resident Matching Service) or any of the other specialist services available then you need to sign up to these individually and pay their specific fees.

7. Get Specialist Help with Your Application

If you want to gain an edge over your competitors then it can often be best to seek out professional help with your application. We offer highly specialized support with coaching, editing and writing for all aspects of your fellowship application through ERAS and the Match. Our experts are all highly experienced with ERAS applications for fellowships and residencies and hold higher degree qualifications in the specific areas in which they offer support. Our services come with a full satisfaction money back guarantee as well as unique and error free writing at all times.

If you want help with your AAMC fellowship application just contact our expert services for support that you can trust and afford!