Perfecting Your Personal Statement #SHORTS

Here are five tips to make your medical school personal statement stand out. The first is to look at other examples. Get inspiration from successful personal statements and learn from others’ mistakes by reading weaker examples. Visit our website for over a dozen examples with expert commentary on what’s good and bad about each one.

Second, you should properly organize your personal statement. Create an outline to structure your statement into distinct sections. Without appropriate organization, your personal statement will appear unprofessional, and readers will lose interest.

The third tip is to show, not tell. Instead of saying how passionate you are about helping people, give your readers a story that highlights your passion.

Fourth, keep it simple. You’re not writing an English essay, you’re writing a simple piece that explains why you want to study medicine. Don’t use complex sentence structures or a thesaurus to impress readers, because it might backfire.

Lastly, have others review your essay. Don’t just ask friends and family, also look to more experienced eyes like mentors and professional essay editing services. They know what can make or break your personal statement.

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