We Help with

  • Personal Statement
  • Application Resume
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • Letter of Intent
  • Any Other Nephrology Fellowship Documents

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  • Easy Ordering Process
  • Cooperation with Experienced Writers
  • Delivery According to Your Admission Deadlines
  • Full Understanding of Your Needs
  • Attractive Offers and Profitable Discounts

Application Docs

  • ERAS Application
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Personal Statement
  • Recent Photograph
  • Medical School Transcripts
  • ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)
  • Green Card Status (if applicable)
  • USMLE Scores (M.D.’s)
  • COMLEX Scores (D.O.’s)
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
  • Visa Requirements: Currently the Division of Nephrology Accepts H1B and J1 Visas

ERAS NRMP Deadlines – Hurry Up

eras nrmpERAS NRMP Applications

If you want to get a place on a medical residency or even a nephrology fellowship in the US then you are going to be starting out by using ERAS. ERAS is the Electronic Residency Application Service and part of the not for profit organization AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges). They have links with over 550 training hospitals and medical schools across the US and are the primary method of application to them all. Through ERAS you can apply to any of the advertised residencies at these institutions.

Applying, however, is only part of the story. With over 40,000 applicants chasing some 30,000 places there is a need for a system to fairly allocate those places and that is where the NRMP come in. The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP or the Match) is another not for profit organization that works with the medical institutions across the US. It provides a matching service to those organizations and the applicants to help fill the available places in a fair manner.

When Do You Need to Apply to ERAS?

The following is the process, dates and requirements that you will need when using ERAS:

  • ERAS opens on May 26th and you will be able to get your token from the Designated Dean’s Office (DDO).
  • Create an account with AAMC to be able to access MyERAS using your token.
  • Access your MyERAS account to start working on your requirements:
    • Your MyERAS residency application form.
    • Personal statement (Maximum of 1 page).
    • Upload your MSPE (Medical School Performance Evaluation).
    • Upload your medical school transcripts.
    • Authorize upload of USMLE (United States Medical Licensing Examination).
    • For overseas applicants your ECFMG Status Report (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates).
    • Upload your Photograph.
    • Define the authors for your Letters of Recommendation; you will then be provided with a letter to pass to each enabling them to upload their letter directly.
  • Once all of the above is completed you can confirm your data.

Once you have confirmed that your application data is complete you are then able to search through the available programs and to begin making your applications:

  • Use MyERAS to review all of the programs available in the specialty in which you have an interest.
  • Make notes of all deadlines, and any specific requirements for those programs you have an interest in.
  • Assign your documentation to those programs that you wish to apply to. You can tailor your application to attach a specific nephrology fellowship personal statement or set of LoRs.
  • Make your application.

NRMP Application

The Match (NRMP) makes use of the information and your applications that you have made through ERAS to enable places to be allocated fairly across the different programs. The following is the process and key dates for the Match:

  • Sept 15th: Register for the Match and create your account. Once registered return to your MyERAS account and input your NRMP ID number to link the two.
  • Nov. 30th: Late registration, applicants after this point will be charged an additional $50.
  • Jan. 15th: You can enter your Rank Order Lists to show which of the programs you would most like to be accepted by.
  • Feb. 24th: Deadline for late registrations and withdrawing.
  • Mar. 14th: Match week. Results are posted in rounds. At the end of each round you are permitted 2 hours within which to either accept or to reject the position that has been matched to you.
  • Mar. 18th: Match Day. All final matches will be made and you will be notified through the system as to your final match.

The NRMP system works by comparing your Rank Order Lists to those that are produced by the individual programs. While you produce a list that shows your preferred placements in order the different programs will provide a list of the applicants in preferred order from those that have applied.

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We Can Provide Help with Your NRMP ERAS Application

Getting the place that you really want through the Match will come down to the information that you provide through ERAS. So it is vital that things such as your personal statement are done perfectly if you want to get noticed. Our specialized services can provide you with writing, editing and coaching support for all parts of your application through some of the best consultants you will find online.

Our consultants are carefully selected to ensure that you will get to work with an expert that holds a postgraduate degree in the field of your application as well as having a vast amount of experience with NRMP and ERAS processes and requirements. All work that is provided is free of plagiarism and we also have fully certified proofreaders review everything to avoid errors. With our full satisfaction money back guarantees and on time delivery there really is no reason not to use our experts.

If you want to get an edge over your competition just contact our services for your ERAS NRMP application!