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MS2: Step 1 registration, RuralMed, accommodations

Categories: MS2

Step 1 Registration What Do I Need to Do USMLE Checklist.pdf On Oct. 26, 2022, SAA sent an email with the subject line: Step 1 Registration. Attached to that email is a sample USMLE Application as well as the checklist linked above. These documents should walk you through the STEP 1 registration process step-by-step. Once […]

MS3: ERAS tokens, RuralMed

Categories: MS3

ERAS tokens for the 2024 season ERAS tokens were emailed to current third-year students on June 22, 2022. If you did not receive your token, please check your junk email or other folders. As a third-year medical student, you can register your ERAS token now. This will be the only token you receive for the […]

MS4: Accommodations, RuralMed

Categories: MS4

Accommodations in the Medical Curriculum Accommodations for medical reasons in all phases of the medical curriculum, including exemptions from seeing COVID-19 patients, are handled through the Disability Services for Students (DSS) office. Students can initiate an accommodation request by visiting the DSS website to review application information and access the link to the application. If […]

MS3: ERAS 2022 cycle

Categories: MS3

MS3 students: The MyERAS application for ERAS 2022 will open in June 2021 for the 2022 Match. This will allow you to begin to work on your residency application. If you registered your ERAS token, you have the ability to request letter writers to upload letters to the Letters of Recommendation Portal (LoRP). You only […]

MS2: ERAS tokens

Categories: MS2

ERAS tokens will be issued in June 2021 to each of you for the 2023 Match. The email with the token information will be sent to your UND email address. Once you register your token in MyERAS, you will have the ability to request letters of recommendation (LoR) through the LoRP portal. LoR writers will […]

Know your acronyms

Categories: Odds & Ends

The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) co-sponsor the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). The USMLE (or the step exams) consists of three “step” examinations which students must successfully pass as a criterion for graduation and medical licensure.