So you’ve done the work experience, voluntary work & demonstrated your well-rounded skills. Now you’re faced with showing off all your talents, as well as your passion for medicine, in your Medical School Personal Statement. It can be quite daunting but don’t worry because we're going to look at the top 5 mistakes students make so you know what not to do.
Reflection is the most important part of your Medical School Personal Statement. It doesn’t get simpler than that. But what is reflection and how do you implement it in your personal statement?Continue reading
In order to help you write a strong personal statement for your UCAS applications, we have provided a list of 10 common mistakes you should avoid when writing your personal statement along with some good practices to help you write a personal statement that stands out from the rest!Continue reading
Stop procrastinating, start writing! How to write a personal statement Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to apply for medical school. No doubt, you’ve spent your summer doing work experience, voluntary work and making yourself a world-class musician, athlete, artistic all-rounder....Continue reading
Brainstorming for your medical school personal statement Writing a personal statement is hard, and getting started is often the hardest bit. Wanting to jump straight in and get a couple of paragraphs written down for the final cut can be...Continue reading