Personal Statement Medical School
Personal statements for medical school admission are primary to check why you wanted to become a doctor. We don’t recommend you writing in “since I was a kid I wanted to become a doctor” – it’s too generic. It is important to mention that most of those who read your essays in admissions office of a medical school are not really doctors, so be sure to write your essay intended to capable non-medical group. Avoid words or concepts that you yourself don’t fully understand just to impress your readers; this might be one of your pitfalls. It would also be great if you include your commitments to the world once you become a doctor.