An integrating conclusion _ Finally, the concluding section wraps up the essay neatly and reminds the reader of its purpose. The conclusion should deftly integrate all information presented. One method to ensure consistency is echoing in the conclusion the ideas presented in the introduction. More on this will be explained in a latter section of this booklet.
How is the Medical School Personal Statement Used by Admissions Committees? _ The medical school personal statement is just one part of your entire medical school application. Your GPA, MCAT, extracurricular activities, letters of recommendation and interview make up the rest. However, the important thing to remember is that the personal statement is one of the most important parts of your application. This is not something that school's toss to the side. This piece of work will be read over multiple times during the admissions process by a large variety of people involved in the admissions process.