Try to narrate your statement in the form of a story. Remember, if your statement is fresh, lively, and different, you'll be putting yourself ahead of the pack. After concluding your opening paragraph, begin answering the question/s asked in detail in the form of paragraphs. Do not form so many paragraphs. The best idea is to break your statement into paragraph, when new ideas start.Forming statement require vigorous practice. Be specific and write about your experience/s and any problems you faced in your life in brief. Do not forget to add your achievements and career goals. Do lots of research about the particular organization or university applying for, and add some good about them in general. Give only logical examples and add some quotes to support your statement, where necessary End your statement on a high note. Strong ending may leave the reader with a final positive image of you. You can summarize the whole essay. It is wise to end your statement with a conclusion that refers back to the lead and restates your topic.
But you've got to sound: Like you care a lot, and like you're completely devoted to it. An example: "I am completely devoted to medicine for the rest of my life. It's everything for me because it's the only thing that's going to allow me to express who I am personally and professionally." High_impact language has this very strong absolute, emotionally rich, concrete side to it where as a reader I am completely engrossed, engaged, enmeshed. I buy it. I believe you. Some of the best places to look for this kind of writing is where there is someone who is making a very impassioned speech. One of the best places that I know is in the most powerful, compelling, moving speeches of our time. Like Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream," or speeches by Gandhi, or speeches by John F. Kennedy, or speeches by Barack Obama. Speeches that really elevate you and make you feel that there's hope for you, hope for us and that there's something bigger to strive for.