ERMI: Resume Review2021-02-04T18:09:46+00:00

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(Curriculum Vitae)

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Resume (Curriculum Vitae)
Review & Editing

One of the most valuable tools in the residency application process is your resume. Many medical students make the mistake of presenting resumes that are cluttered with information thinking that it will impress the committee.  This only makes the CV difficult to read and buries any information that may have been relevant among the clutter.

Let us help you prepare a CV that highlights your experience and professionalism in the medical industry.  Our writers ensure your medical career resume is in a format that’s professional and easy to read with the precise information recruiters look for in a CV.

Type: Live Instructors
Attendance:  Consultations Live Online
Enrollment: Scheduled
When:
 As Scheduled
Timezone:  Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Duration: 5-14 Days

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Resume (CV) Review, Editing, & Feedback

  • Thorough review and editing for writing style, clarity, word choice, flow, and phrasing.

  • Feedback with suggestions for specific improvements such as missing or irrelevant information, formatting, any points of confusion, and additional insight to enhance your resume

  • Proofreading to identify and correct mistakes in usage of the English language, such as spelling, punctuation, grammar, typos, subject-verb agreement, and basic word choice to name a few.

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A few highlights of the Resume (CV) review & editing services:

  • 2 rounds of editing and feedback

  • Option to add Express or Rush Delivery (additional charges apply)

  • Learn exam-taking tips and tricks

  • Practice exam-related stress/anxiety management techniques

  • Get hands-on experience with immediate feedback

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Some commonly asked questions.

When taking the Step 2 CS exam, be prepared to deal with 12 standardized patients. This is done to evaluate your patient-centered focus, patient communication, and ability to properly document patient encounter notes.

Communicating with your test patients in a responsive, empathetic, and professional manner is required. You will also be required to complete patient notes.

International medical graduates are strongly judged on the ability to communicate fluently throughout the exam using the English language as well as having a good bedside manner.

This is a one-day exam that takes 8 hours to complete.

The Step 2 CS Exam includes 12 encounters with standardized patients.  What makes this exam so unique is that it’s the only USMLE Step that requires patient encounters and will soon be taken on a computer.

Generally, most medical school students take this exam during their fourth year.

The USMLE Step 2 CS peak season is between September and December.  It’s recommended to register early online with ECFMG (Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates) to ensure there’s an opening for you when you’re ready.

The Step 2 CS exams are usually taken at Clinical Skills Evaluation Collaboration (CSEC) test centers. There are five CSEC locations within the United States.  However, we are keeping an eye out for updates due to the virtual format changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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