SVI Security and Terms and Conditions
Use of Personal Information
The AAMC will use your personal information—including collecting, storing, and processing it—in accordance with the , the , including its subpolicy . You consent to the transfer of your personal data to the AAMC in the United States, to those residency programs (wherever located) that you select through the ERAS® application, to your U.S.—based medical school (if you consent), and to other third parties as stated in these policies.
Discussion of the Standardized Video Interview
The AAMC developed guidelines to help you understand the terms under which you interview, the prohibition on disclosure of interview content, and how to appropriately share your interview experience. Failure to abide by the AAMC guidelines may result in a violation and investigation.
- What IS permitted:
- Commenting on your general Standardized Video Interview experience, such as the online interface or how you felt about taking an online interview.
- What is NOT permitted:
- Describing any question you were presented during your Standardized Video Interview or your response to such question in greater or more specific detail than described by the AAMC, which includes discussing or disclosing a topic list or describing the frequency or order in which such topics appear.
- Outlining the steps or process to answer a particular question.
- Assisting anyone else in doing any of the above.
SVI Security Tip Line
The AAMC considers the integrity and security of the SVI process to be very important. If you observe any irregular behavior or interview security violations (e.g., cheating, disclosing confidential SVI content, etc.), please report all potential violations to . If you report such activity, the AAMC will not disclose your identity except on a need-to-know basis, including responses to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal processes.