Throughout previous pages of this website, I have discussed the benefits of organizing your thoughts before writing your dental application essay. I have also gone over tips and ideas for writing such papers, as well as suggestions for making them stand apart from the rest. In essence, I have given you most of what you need to do in order to submit a stellar composition. Now, I would like to offer some suggestions on how to take care of yourself during the process.
Being good to yourself is of paramount importance when writing graduate school admissions essays. As the author, the second that your state of mind starts to deteriorate, your written work does so as well. Therefore, in order to keep your mind and body functioning during the admissions essay writing process you must make sure you get adequate rest and nourishment.
Something that I recommend to anyone writing a dental application composition is to take frequent breaks. Regardless of how badly you want to get the process over with, you absolutely must take breaks to keep your mind and body sharp. Not taking breaks will result in frustration, poor writing, and a pitiful final product.
Another thing I recommend is to set aside specific time frames for writing your dental application essay. Give yourself a starting point and a breaking point and do not deviate from either one. If you can will yourself to work on your paper for one hour each day for two weeks (rather than twelve hours in one day), I guarantee your diligence will result in a stellar paper.
As I’ve said before, writing medical school application essays is no easy task. That is why it is important to be good to yourself during the process. Unfortunately, too many med school applicants make the mistake of powering through their application essays in the hopes of getting the process over with. And while wanting to do this is certainly understandable, it doesn’t usually yield good results.
When writing your application essay, I can guarantee you are going to get frustrated (Lord knows that I did!). That being said, I recommend that you be kind to yourself. One trick that I found particularly interesting was writing whatever I felt like when I started to get frustrated. The following sentence, for instance, could have easily appeared in one of my initial drafts:
For me, my desire to heal others through knowledge of medicine was a result of one particular incident as a child. I could elaborate on this experience but why bother? My head hurts, I’m sick of writing, and if I have to write one more medical school application composition, I am going to use what little I do know about medicine to overdose on Tylenol.”
Clearly, the above example is not something anyone would want in their final draft. At the time, however, the humor helped me clear some of my writer’s block and got me back on track. So don’t be so hard on yourself! The more fun you can have composing your medical school application essays, the easier they will be to write!
If you are thinking about applying for graduate school, chances are you once applied (and were admitted) to undergraduate school. That being the case, I’m certain you had to compose a personal statement to accompany your undergraduate application. Remember that? Wasn’t it fun? No? Well, then you’re out of luck. Because you have to repeat the process all over again with graduate school entrance essays.
Let’s face it: no one likes to write an entrance essay and/or personal statement composition for college admission. In addition to being personally revealing and creatively stifling, the things are just plain difficult to compose. Unfortunately, college admissions boards use these essays to separate the average from the above average applicants. So you might as well make the most of it.
Graduate school application essays are, in my opinion, much easier to write than those for undergraduate school because you’ve already gone through the process once already. Heck, you might even want to locate and dust off your undergraduate statement for inspiration. After all, it’s not really plagiarism if you’re copying from yourself.
When writing your graduate school entrance essays, it helps to go easy on yourself. Allow for plenty of time and prepare for some frustration. In the end, your graduate school essay, whether it’s a nursing essay, a residency statement, or an MBA essay, is going to determine your future. So … no pressure.
Medical school essays aren’t the only admissions papers on which you can get help through a professional editor. From MBA essays to nursing essays, professional proofreaders help student hopefuls will all sorts of admissions essays. If you are someone who is interested in hiring a professional editor to help with your essay, I encourage you to read on!
The best place to find professional editors, in my opinion, is the Internet. With just one quick search via an Internet search engine, you’ll be amazed at how many options there are. Finding the editor who is right for you will depend on your personal writing style and, of course, the type of composition with which you need assistance.
Searching online for an editor is much easier than trying to do it by foot or by phone. Most professional editing websites, for instance, post their client approval ratings as well as feedback and sample texts. Additionally, such websites have a clear breakdown of the services offered as well as the affiliated costs.
The process of writing an MBA essay can be made much easier with the help of a professional editor. For more information about graduate school entrance essays and/or if you would like assistance in finding an editor/proofreader to help, please don’t hesitate to access the adjacent link. Good luck!
Medical school essays are designed to push potential students to explore their own desires for wanting to study medicine while communicating those desires in a creative manner. While not intended to be lengthy, med school essays should be informative, unique, and profound. Easier said than done, right? Fortunately, med school hopefuls are not along in their essay attempts; they have plenty of professional editors to help!
If you are thinking about applying to medical school, I strongly encourage you to investigate the possibility of hiring a professional editor. College admissions editors are easy to find and relatively inexpensive in their services. While professional editors are not there to write your paper for you, they can be tremendously invaluable when it comes to proofing and offering suggestions.
When considering an editor to help with your med school essay, make sure to choose one who has a great deal of experience. Ask to see his/her references and double-check to ensure that the agency for whom the editor works has a good track record. Feel free to ask for client feed back and/or samples of work.
Using a professional editor to help with the process of writing a medical school essay can prove tremendously helpful. For more information about medical school personal statements or if you would like to know where you can find an editor to help with your residency statement, please don’t hesitate to access the link provided.
Pharmacy personal statements are tough to write. Not only must potential students describe their personal perspectives and characteristics, but they almost must be persuasive in their argument for why they are excellent candidates for pharmacy school. All in all it’s a tough assignment … tough, but not impossible!
Before you start writing your pharmacy admissions essay, I recommend that you first take a moment and map out your game plan. What, specifically, do you plan to discuss in your statement? Frequently, such a distinction is unnecessary as many pharmacy schools give applicants a topic on which to write. In any event, however, it helps to be organized.
Once you know your topic, I recommend that your narrow the scope. If, for example, you are asked to write on why you would make a good pharmacist, you should take some time to think on that question and come up with as detailed an answer as possible. Stay away from broad responses (such as “I would make a good pharmacist because I care about people”) and lean more toward specific instances in your life that have led you to believe you are right for the field.
Like all admissions essays, pharmacy personal statements aren’t a breeze to write. They aren’t supposed to be! With that in mind, take your time and use all the resources you can to execute a brilliant composition. For more information on writing a medical school essay, or if you have questions about other fields such as writing an MBA essay, please access the link provided.
For individuals interested in going to dental school, the admissions process can be a bear. From the written application to the dental essay, applying to dental school is just as difficult as applying to any medical program. Fortunately, I have a bit of experience in proofing dental statements and would like to offer some suggestions on how I believe you can write a stellar one.
The biggest piece of advice I can offer towards writing dental papers is to get personal. The biggest mistake that you can make when composing a personal statement is to remain detached. A personal statement is called such because it is supposed to be about you! Write about specific personality traits that you possess … use detailed life experiences to get your point across … do whatever it takes to express your individuality.
While it is important to be intimate in your essay, it is also crucial to deliver that intimacy in a professional package. While dental admissions directors want a glimpse into your personal life, they do not want to read a page that appears to have been ripped from your diary. Use discretion when writing your paper. Be real, be candid, but write it respectfully.
A dental essay differs from other college admissions programs only in field. The same attention to detail, information, and individual voice is required. For more information about medical school essays or if you would like help in writing your nursing essay, please access the link provided. This link will direct you to an excellent personal essay resource where you can find help, tips, and info.
Similar to residency essays, a nursing essay is used by nursing school admissions directors to find those students whom they’d like to consider for their program. Thousands of hopefuls apply for nursing school each year, many of whom have similar GPAs and collegiate backgrounds. The essay helps distinguish the individuals from their educational statistics.
When writing a nursing school essay (or any personal essay for that matter) it helps to be as candid as possible. Admissions directors want to know as much about their applicants as possible, however, they can’t afford to give each and every essay a tremendous amount of time. In other words, don’t sugar coat the message. Be unique in your approach, but factual and to-the-point as well.
Another thing to remember when writing an essay for nursing is to include points relative to the subject. Offer specific examples as to why you are choosing a career in nursing. The more detailed you can be, the easier it will be for the readers to identify and/or sympathize with your decision. Exercise similar precision when discussing why you are applying to the school in question.
Writing a nursing essay is a difficult task that is as much professional as it is personally revealing. For more information about writing admissions essays or if you would like help in writing an essay for a residency program, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I would love to use my experience to help you.
Whether you are writing your residency statement or a nursing essay, there are several rules you must follow in order to ensure success. As someone with a great deal of experience writing and proofing college application essays, I have compiled a list of four fundamental rules that I believe are essential to writing good composition. If you are interested in learning about these rules, please read on.
There are four crucial chapters in writing a good application essay. They are: creating an outline, composing the body, revision, and proofreading. As elementary as these might seem, you’d be amazed at how well they work. Despite the desire you might have to rush through your essay and get it done, I must insist that you remain calm and allow yourself plenty of time to execute each step.
As I said before, creating an outline (and/or “road map”) for your paper will help drastically in keeping your thoughts organized and your thesis on track. Writing the paper is, of course, the bulk of the job and will probably require the most time. Just as important, however, are the revision and proofreading processes. As these are the final (and often most crucial) steps, you might want to look into hiring a professional to help.
While often difficult, writing a residency statement (or any personal essay for that matter) should not be complicated. Following these steps will aid in keeping the writing process on course and save you from getting to “lost” in the work. For more information about composing a residency statement and/or if you would like someone to proof-read your residency personnel statement, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
In the residency application process, the personal essay plays a tremendous role. As a resident in a hospital, you will no longer be attending medical school classes but actually working as a doctor with live patients. That being said, residency directors want to know as much about your personal beliefs and character as they do your education.
The most important part of any residency essay, in my opinion, is the first paragraph. Considering that the admissions committee have hundreds if not thousands of applications to read, you definitely want to make your stand out. The best way to do this is to open your essay with something interesting.
There are several ways you can make the first paragraph of your residency essay stand out. One way is to begin with an interesting anecdote or quote. Another is to state your thesis boldly and creatively. Just make sure that whatever you do, it relates directly to the overall theme of your main idea.
The residency application process isn’t easy, but if you do it well the pay off is more than worth the effort! For more information about finding a residency program and/or if you would like help in writing your AMCAS personal statement, please don’t hesitate to access the link provided.