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Should Your Medical School Personal Statement be Emotional?

The medical school personal statement isn't another emotionless research paper -- it's actually better if you show your feelings in your personal statement.The medical school personal statement is unlike most other essays because it gives you an appropriate moment to share your emotions.

It's usually not very appropriate to become personal and emotional in an essays because the topic is distant and dry -- Academia doesn't usually pay attention to your emotions.

But the medical school personal statement isn't another emotionless research paper -- it's actually better if you show your feelings in your personal statement.

Good ways to show emotion in your medical school personal statement:

•    Tell a medically-related story from your life that was emotionally impactful for you
•    Make a passionate declaration about your motivation to medicine

Struggling to begin your essay?
Getting a strong start is the hardest part, and this trick will help big time: How to Start Your Personal Statement For Medical School.

When emotion goes too far
You want your personal statement to be powerful and moving, but there are certain topics you want to avoid because they give medical schools the wrong impression.

•    Avoid discussion of suicidal thoughts
•    Don't exaggerate your emotions around an event -- it shows

If your personal statement is a genuine show of your passion for medicine, medical schools will take notice.
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