ERAS Document Submission At-a-Glance
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The USMLE transcript contains your examination history on Step 1, Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK), Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS), and, if taken, Step 3. It includes all attempts: passed, failed, incomplete, etc. For complete information on what is included in the USMLE transcript, refer to Official USMLE Transcripts and Providing Scores to Third Parties in the USMLE Bulletin of Information, available on the USMLE website.
The USMLE transcript is not transmitted automatically. You need to request its transmission, assign it to your programs, and pay the one-time $80 processing fee. You can request the release of your current USMLE transcript from the Documents tab of MyERAS. Please read the instructions carefully. Should new scores become available after you first release your USMLE transcript, you will need to retransmit it from the Documents tab of MyERAS after you have obtained your new scores. USMLE scores may only be reported in an official USMLE transcript.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Your USMLE transcript request will not be processed until you have applied to at least one program. Each time you apply to a program, it can take one to two business days for your USMLE transcript to be transmitted to the ERAS application, where it can be accessed by the program.
If you are applying to programs that do not participate in ERAS and require a USMLE transcript, request a paper transcript from ECFMG.