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Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) Application Editing Services

Get into Residency

Your written application to residency must be outstanding. There is a common misconception among applicants that the written application is less important than the personal statement. When deciding if an applicant should be granted an interview, the admissions committee may spend the most time reviewing extracurricular activity descriptions. Because our team has read hundreds of ERAS applications, we know how to make yours impressive. Applicants are often put in the rejection pile because their documents seem mundane or ordinary.

Primary Application Edit

  • ERAS Personal Statement Editing (rough draft up to 850 words, includes up to three revisions)
  • ERAS Experience Section (Work, Research, Volunteer) (rough draft up to 1200 charachters per entry, includes up to three revisions


MedEdits is proud of our clients’ residency match success. Many of our clients matched at their first choice programs in competitive specialties including dermatology, orthopedic surgery, otolaryngology and emergency medicine. Click here to read more.

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  • Application entries must adhere to limits set by application systems. Additional revisions of previously edited documents can be purchased for $75 each, if needed.

Residency Applicant

“I wanted to share this great news with you that I matched to an internal medicine program in PA. Thank all of you for valuable training and editing. I am so excited and so happy! I will let more friends know about  your service.”