How to write your medical school personal statement: Tell stories Storytelling is how we relate to each other socially. We tell stories to each other all the time. A highly persuasive medical personal statement means that you're pulling the reader into your life story as it intersects your purpose for medicine, the reason why you're interested in pursuing medicine. The most persuasive storytelling you can do is to write about what you have done in your life that relates to your interest in medicine. Okay, so that's persuasion. How to write your medical school essay: High_impact language Use high_impact language. Bottom line for high_impact language is specificity. You want an emotional kind of absolute quality to your speech. You want to elevate your essay so that when you read it you feel like you're not just a little bit committed to your topic, but you're 10ꯠ% committed to your topic. This is really hard for a college student to do because college students don't want to be 10ꯠ% committed to anything.
Your UCAS personal statement must demonstrate: Why you would like to study your chosen subject _ What has influenced your choice of subject _ How studying your chosen course will progress your intended career _ That you are prepared for and will be able to cope with university life _ Attending university will develop you as an individual _ Your achievements in life both academic and extra_curricular _ How any work experience you have conducted has improved you as a person _ That you are a person with a range of interests