Admissions essays, personal statements, letters of intent, residency personal statements - Tips
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Write a clear introductory paragraph, include the name of the institution to which you are applying, and your reason for choosing it.
Develop at least one good paragraph dedicated to your personal attributes. Include your strengths, talents and ability to overcome adversity, and follow up with examples of your successes and strengths.
Give a sense of you as a person, how the program/degree will build on your previous experiences and what contributions you can make to the speciality and/or residency program.
Do not dwell on poor academic grades, explain them but do not offer excuses for them.
Concentrate on the traits, skills and attributes which you believe will ensure your success in the program you are applying to. Expand on your reasons for selecting the school, institution or program, endeavour to mention the research/work of a prominent faculty member where appropriate.
Dedicate one paragraph of your document to your life goals and career aspirations, linking them to the course work available.
Mention people who have influenced your choices, motivated and inspired you.
In your final paragraph, briefly re-state the main themes you have presented in your letter, essay or personal statement.
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