ON DEMAND PERSONAL STATEMENT POWER COURSE
The #1 obstacle that hinders pre-medical students' and pre-residents’ professional applications is their ability to coherently convey a strong personal statement that shows and does not tell.
If you’re a pre-medical student preparing medical school applications or a medical student preparing residency applications, you likely:
have been dreading the application process without a clue where to start in writing your personal statement
feel as though writing is not your “strong” suit
lack the time or energy to focus on developing an excellent statement
are afraid of what you should (or shouldn’t) include in your essay
Dr. Lisa Whitty Bradley, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon
From the time that I began my journey in pursuit of a medical career, I have been weaving together different types of personal statements to reflect my inspiration, desires, history, and contributions to the world around me.
The personal statement, in its many variations, provides a grand opportunity to connect with the reader and potential future academic or professional job opportunities.
As a medical student, resident, fellow, and finally, an attending Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon, I have had the honor of reviewing hundreds of personal statements during the application cycle. I have found that a stellar professional essay can, and has, elevated an excellent candidate to the selected person for the position because of its ability to display another facet of their personality, commitment, and ability to connect with a broader audience, mainly those who would be served most, the patients.
Over the last 20 years, I have provided lectures, private consultations, and group mentoring events regarding professionalism and the creation of descriptive, unique, and engaging personal statements that have garnered coveted interviews and acceptance into desired training programs and professional positions as practicing physicians and other competitive fields in allied health.
Meet Your Instructor: Dr. Lisa Whitty Bradley, MD, FACS
The Purpose of Your Personal StatementFREE PREVIEW
Your Hero Story
Module 1: Who and Why
Step 1: Who are YOU: Creating a description of yourself
Module 1: Self-Reflective Activity
Module 2: Self-Reflective Activity
Wrapping Up Module 2
Module 3: Self Reflective Activity
Wrapping Up Module 3
It can cost you an interview invitation.
It can cost you a seat in the class.
It can cost you $$$ that you’ve invested in the cycle.
It can cost you time and most importantly, time from practicing your passion.
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