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Q/A Approach

Unlike simple prompting with conventional Large Language Models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT, we've engineered our builder to gather information through tailored questions for you that create powerful drafts.

History of Success

We’ve spent the past 20 years building applications for over 12,700 current doctors across the country. Our secret is simple: we collect data annually to put you ahead of the curve.

Residency application
components

Personal Statement

Your first introduction to programs, highlighting your journey, skills, and aspirations, focusing on medical specialties and blending academic competence with unique traits.

Letter Of Recommendation (LoR)

The Letter of Recommendation details your clinical skills, professionalism, personal attributes, and potential, culminating in a compelling endorsement for medical residency.

Hobbies & Interests

The Hobbies & Interests section highlights your personal passions, detailing one or two top activities that bring joy and shape your character, offering insights beyond professional achievements.

Work Experience

Work experience encompasses all your paid roles across clinical, nonclinical, business, or entrepreneurial sectors.

Education/Training Experience

Covers your formal academics and hands-on clinical exposure: clerkships, away rotations, subinternships, and structured observerships.

Volunteer/Service/Advocacy Experience

Highlights unpaid roles underscoring your compassion, civic responsibility, and commitment to enhancing the community.

Professional Organization Experience

Professional organizations highlight your dedication. Includes societies, associations, from local to international. Showcases collaboration, leadership, and proactive contributions in medicine.

Teaching/Mentoring Experience

Teaching, mentoring, and tutoring experiences reflect leadership, skill development, and your potential contribution to residency programs.

Other Extracurricular Activities/Clubs

Extracurriculars, like sports, music, and student government etc., show diverse skills. Residency programs value such versatility, spotlighting a well-rounded candidate in you.

Research Experience

Research Experience encapsulates your roles held in research, project participation, resulting achievements, pending publications, and conference presentations.

Military Service Experience

Military Experience showcases resilience, leadership, and teamwork. Translate military roles to civilian terms, quantify achievements, and highlight your transferable skills.

Impactful Experience

A profound event or challenge that significantly influenced your personal growth, shaping your aspirations, marked by adversity and transformative realizations, not told anywhere in the application.

Meaningful Experience

Meaningful Experience delves deep into a chosen instance, intertwining key characteristics and primary focus areas to highlight your genuine introspection.

Geographic Division Preference

Spotlight desired U.S. Census divisions, guiding program directors, showcasing your genuine aspirations, and highlighting future visions.

No Geographic Division Preference

No Geographic Division Preference expresses your openness to all U.S. divisions, reflecting your prioritization of career goals and flexibility rather than specific region.

Setting Preference

Setting Preference in residency applications reflects your desired environment, aligning with personal goals, career aspirations, and offering insight into your medical journey.

No Setting Preference

Selecting "No Setting Preference" for residency shows your ability to adapt and operate in the diverse aspects of urban, suburban, and rural settings.

Medical Education Extended/Interrupted

Address any breaks in your medical education in the ERAS® application, focusing on overcoming challenges and reflecting on personal growth.

Letter of Interest (Follow-up Letter)

The Residency Post-Application Letter of Interest (Follow-up Letter) is a strategically timed, multifaceted tool to distinguish your candidacy and align with targeted programs.

Thank You Letter

The Thank You Letter for residency is a concise expression of gratitude, highlighting unique interactions, impressions, and reaffirming interest in the program.

Letter of Intent (LOI)

A Residency Letter of Intent clearly communicates your strong interest and reasons for ranking a program as your top choice.

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The Application Builder leverages data, machine learning, and artificial logic to help you create a top-notch residency application.

Unlike simple prompting with conventional LLMs like ChatGPT, our builder uses tailored questions to gather information, resulting in powerful drafts.

We have built applications for over 52,000 doctors over the past 20 years by collecting data annually to keep applicants ahead of the curve.

Our tool uses machine learning intelligence, 20+ years of artificial logic, and your direct feedback to generate drafts for all 20 components of the application.

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