Here are some articles and videos to help you get the most out of your med school personal statement which, up to this point in your life, may be the most important document you have ever authored.
Writing Effective Medical School Personal Statements
Effective personal statements don’t happen by accident. They are carefully planned and adhere to the following tenets…
Medical School Personal Statement Do’s and Don’t’s
Senior admissions consultant Greg Goldmacher, M.D., Ph.D. explains some of the do’s and don’t’s to keep in mind as you work on your personal statement.
The Medical School Addendum
Preparing your application to medical school is serious business. It is likely that what you say – or don’t say about yourself – in response to key questions on the application will be investigated. Full and honest disclosure is always the right thing to do!
Overcoming Writer’s Block
Every spring, many medical school aspirants lose an abundance of precious time due to writer’s block. While we have assisted thousands of med applicants since 1996, and plan to continue to assist many more applicants, we felt this article and video could potentially help us assist many more medical school hopefuls.
Beware of Sample Personal Statements
Sitting down to write your personal essay for your med school application can be an intimidating task. It’s not easy to know the best approach, format, or style. That’s where reading sample essays can help. But be careful – this seemingly harmless tool can quickly become your worst enemy.
10 Reasons Spellcheck Isn’t Enough
With all the work it takes to apply for medical school, you want to make sure your application shows you as a professional, attentive, and dedicated student. The last thing you want is a typo making you look bad. That’s why it’s so important to do more than just spell-check your application.