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ophthalmology residency personal statementOne of the most important documents in the ophthalmology residency application package is the personal statement. The personal statement provides information to residency program directors that aren’t available in other application documents. Your personal statement is also the best chance you have at this point of influencing the residency selection process.

Our company provides help with ophthalmology program personal statements through a number of different services we offer. These include personal statement editing, writing and reviewing. We also provide ophthalmology personal statement samples that residency applicants can review and draw ideas from when writing their own.

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Sample Personal Statement for Ophthalmology Residency

The following is a sample of a personal statement for ophthalmology program application:

“I entered medical school with no specific speciality in mind. There were several that I was interested in and I felt given time and exposure to the different specialities a preference would make itself known. To my dismay, none of the specialties I was expecting to choose from quite lived up to my expectations. However, there were others that would provide what I found lacking. One by one I considered the different specialities and with only two options I hadn’t yet examined closely was beginning to be concerned. Finally, during my ophthalmology clerkship, I found something that I was comfortable with. I enjoy the variety of patients and challenges that ophthalmology offers. There is the opportunity to be very hands-on and active while there are opportunities to develop relationships with the patients treated.

Ophthalmology allows me to practice a full range of care which includes medical management, surgical treatments and preventative medicine. I am applying to your ophthalmology residency program to further develop my skills and become a competent ophthalmologist. The field of ophthalmology is a collection of those things I found most appealing during my time in medical school. There are opportunities for research, to perform surgical procedures and a wide variety of challenges. If accepted into your ophthalmology residency program I feel I will be an asset and I look forward to the opportunity.”

Documents You Need for Ophthalmology Residency Program Application

ophthalmology residency applicationPutting together your application package requires assembling a number of important documents. Some documents you will submit yourself and others will be submitted for you. It is your responsibility to ensure all documents are submitted whether or not you do so directly.

These documents include:

  • Curriculum Vitae: Although it doesn’t need to be submitted, you should have an updated CV on hand when you complete the ERAS online residency application form. Your CV will contain much of the information needed to complete the form.
  • Letters of Recommendation: In most cases, residency programs will require at least three letters of recommendation. Your letter writers may be attending physicians from third- or fourth-year rotations, department chairs, program directors, research collaborators, deans, and faculty with whom you worked in extracurricular activities. Letter writers should be the ones who upload their letters to the ERAS system.
  • Medical school transcripts
  • COMLEX/USMLE transcripts-test scores
  • The Medical Student Performance Evaluation: The MSPE, formerly known as the Deans Letter, provides the details of your academic history and performance through the first three full years of medical school and part of the fourth. It will also include an assessment of your professional attributes.
  • Ophthalmology Personal Statement: Your personal statement explaining why you chose ophthalmology as a speciality, your suitability for the program and future career plans in the field. You may submit more than one personal statement if you want to customize them for each program you apply to.

It is a good idea to check with individual programs to see if they require any other documents in addition to those that are typically submitted. It is also totally OK to ask for a professional residency application help if you need one.

Ophthalmology Residency Application Process

When applying for residency with ophthalmology programs there are several different stages in the process. The basic residency application process for ophthalmology is as follows:

  • Register with the AAMC’s Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
  • ERAS Application Submission: Submit application materials on the MyERAS website
  • Interview Process: Residency program directors schedule interviews with those applicants they are interested in after receiving program applications. Interviews give both program directors and applicant a chance to assess each other.
  • Match registration and list submission: Most residency programs and the majority of students use the NRMP (National Resident Matching Program) although there are others. Check with individual programs to make sure which match programs they use. After registering with the NRMP or another program and completing all of your interviews submit a list of residency programs, ranked in order of preference, to the match program. Program directors will submit their rank order list (ROL) of applicants to the appropriate match programs. A computer algorithm matches applicants to the highest program on their list that has, in turn, ranked the applicant.
  • Wait for match results

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