A great exercise to conduct before you begin to put together your admission essay is to start with a sample. This way you can see exactly what goes on a personal statement and you can also check out how the tone of the writer is and what they actually are emphasizing.
Consider these as you write your essay for medical school: "What do you really want to do in medicine? _ How are your grades different from everybody else? _ What are your original motivations and _ How have you confirmed those motivations?"