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History and Imports for Repeat Applicants

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Applicants that have certified and submitted an application in a prior season (ERAS 2016 application season and onwards) will be able to import their application data and associated LoRs into the current season.

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History Section

Applicants that have certified and submitted an application in a previous season (ERAS 2016 application season and onwards) will be able to view and download the following documents in the History section:

  • MyERAS Application (Personal Information, Biographic Information, Education, Experience, Licensure, Publications)
  • MyERAS CV
  • Program Report
  • Payment History
  • Personal Statements
  • Letters of Recommendation (LoRs)

Upon registering your MyERAS 2020 token, you will be prompted by the system to import your most recently certified and submitted MyERAS application data, if you choose to do so. Similarly, you may also select associated LoRs to import. If you wish to import application data or letters at a later time, you can do that from the History tab. You may edit your MyERAS application information after it is imported for the new season.

  • Standard ERAS documents, such as your medical school transcript and MPSE, will not automatically transfer, and must be uploaded by your designated dean’s office (Fellowship applicants may refer to the EFDO).
  • International Medical Graduates (IMGs) should refer to the ERAS Repeat Applicant page on the ECFMG website for more information regarding ECFMG's process for handling supporting documents.
 

History and Imports for Repeat Applicants FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions for Repeat Applicants

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