How to Write Personal Statements Better

So you're sitting here with a confused look on your face. You're wondering how in the world you could possibly write your personal statement and not sound ridiculous. A lot of people underestimate the power of a good personal statement, whether it is for a regular college or a graduate school. A question is asked of you from the place you are applying to, and you need to answer with your personal statement. It can be a challenge.

A personal statement can vary widely in length. Depending on where you're applying to they can be just a couple of paragraphs or they can be a whole page, or even more. So it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed. But luckily we are here to help you through this process. Below are helpful hints to help you do the best possible personal statement you can do.

Consider Your Audience

Think of who will most likely be reading your personal statement. If you're applying to a college of some sorts, it’s most likely going to be a professor from that college or someone on a committee. Write in a way that would help them see the best parts of you. And what you want to do if accepted.

General Hints

With these helpful hints for writing your personal statement, there is no way you can fail at writing the best possible statement. You are sure to impress the people who read the statements and the people who matter. Good luck!

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