My sister, who matched this year, and is a US grad, told me that using "I" makes for a complete sentence. "Worked in a lab at University of XXX" sounds incomplete, according to her.Most of the ERAS examples I've seen do NOT use "I."
Has anyone here used "I" in their ERAS activities?
That sounds pretty clear to me. Thanks! .Makes zero difference.
When we are reading these applications we're skimming. Sentence fragment or full sentence... doesn't matter. As long as I can understand what you are trying to say.
"I worked in a lab at University X" - good
"Worked in lab at Univ X" - good
"Uni X lab worker" - ummm, not as good
"Werked n da lab, lolz" - not good, but will certainly get our attention... then we'll laugh... then we'll drop your application in the trash