PS: The Personal Statement

Now would be a good time to be writing your AADSAS Personal Statement. The 2011 cycle has opened and you want to ensure that it is done and ready to be placed with your application to be sent off... early.
The Personal Statement typically answers the questions: Who are you? What are your hobbies? What experiences lead to your decision on a career in Dentistry? Where do you see yourself in the future? It is important that you be truthful in your essay and keep it real. Don't try too hard to be impressive-it might have the opposite effect. Ensure your essay is free of grammatical errors and that it flows and holds interest.
Through the Personal Statement, you have an opportunity to sell yourself. Be truthful, be humble and keep it simple.

Here are a few personal Statements for an idea:
Personal Statement #1 - 4 interviews/ 4 acceptances
Personal Statement #2 - 8 interviews/ 3 acceptances
Personal Statement #3 - 11 interviews/ 5 acceptances

If you're already in Dental School, help others and donate your Personal Statement for viewing. You may email them to me at Patrice@stu-dentdiaries.com.

**Remember, Plagiarism is a crime**

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is pretty helpful. I already wrote my personal statement and the format of the ones you listed helped me to simply see if I'd been on the right track.
I'll email it to you. Will you look it over?
Thank you!!

-Katie

Patrice said...

sure, will be willing to answer your questions or address your concerns. Patrice@stu-dentdiaries.com

Valerie said...

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