Let us move on to the contents of the personal statements. As such, there is no one proper way to inscribe personal statements. However, generally, the academic officers who read your essay will be interested to look into two important aspects emerging from the statement. One being how you are presenting the evidence of your achievements that is not reflected anywhere else in your application; the other being the description of how and why the episodes of your life have shaped your attitude, focus, and, of all your intellectual verve.
Using a single basic theme is one method you can employ to guarantee your essay's coherence and effectiveness. It forces you to organize your thoughts and ideas and helps keep the essay focused. Without a theme, your essay will simply look like a haphazard collection of facts thrown together to impress the reader. With a main theme, the essay will have a focal point upon which you will develop the rest of the paragraphs.