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Write the Perfect Medical School Personal Statement that Gives AdComs Exactly What They Want So You Can Get the Most Interviews and ACCEPTANCES.
 
No Worries. Over 95% success rate. I'll get you admitted.


Hi I'm Jason Spears,

 
A 4th-year medical student in New York City and the founder of DoctorPremed.com. Let me help you get into your top choice medical schools by using my personal statement editing superpowers to transform your essay into one AdComs will be drooling over and must admit.



 
Over the last four years I've reviewed hundreds of medical school personal statements and can proudly say over 95% of my students got into medical schools such as: New York University, George Washington, Case Western, Stanford, Baylor, Temple, etc. just to name a few!

 
Here's What Your Classmates are Saying
 
You have helped me tremendously with my personal statement and on my journey as a premed student. Thank you so much for your feedback and guidance. I knew there were parts of my PS that really needed to be stronger, but I just didn't know what to work on or how to go about it. I really appreciate you taking the time to read my PS and giving me comments. - NAVEDEEP
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I can't thank you enough for your help. Both for guiding me in the right direction with the paper and for completely revising it. I made a few minor changes to the final draft you sent me last week and submitted the application that day. I received an Acceptance Letter yesterday. It is difficult to write about oneself, especially one's failures and I'm grateful for your quick and great work. Thank you again for everything. - ROCHELLE
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Thank you so much for all the edits and suggestions you've given. Your comments have really given me better direction on how to make my personal statement better. I definitely look forward to incorporating all the suggestions you highlighted. 
 - Malia
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I am incredibly thrilled to let you know that I have been accepted to medical school at Case Western Reserve! The school is absolutely incredible with many opportunities. That being said - the school's statistics (gpa, sgpa, and otherwise) - are off the charts, so I know that Personal Statement that you helped me with made a difference. Thank You. I am very hopeful about my future in medicine, and I know that I could not have gotten to this point without your advice and edits on the PS. - JOANNA
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Wow, thanks Jason for your feedback. This is my third personal statment (3rd time applying) and the other two sounded more like resumes. I have tried and failed in the past to come up with emotional ancedotes to weave in. You took one look at my personal statment and not only told me suggestions to make but gave concrete examples that really helped me. Writing these things have been the most frustrating part of applying each year but I feel confident with your help that this will be my year. Thank you, I really appreciate all your help.
- Chris
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As you can see these premed students were able to successfully go from being stressed out, clueless and banging their heads against a wall trying to come up with the perfect way to present themselves to AdComs to finally have an awesome medical school essay that helped them stand out from the competition and avoid many of the pitfalls that can totally derail your personal statement. 
 
5,300 Characters Determines Whether You'll Spend the Rest of Your Life As A DOCTOR!
 
You have 5,300 characters to make the strongest case of why you should be admitted to medical school. 

How you go about this process matters because getting into medical school is very competitive. 

If you and another applicant have similar stats your Personal Statement will either get you admitted or rejected.

So for this reason alone, you need to take the writing of your medical school essay very seriously. Plus, it's entirely under your control too.

You can't blame a bad professor for dropping your GPA or that the test-writers of the MCAT were unfair.

You are in the driver's seat with your Personal Statement for medical school.

Besides, wouldn't it be horrible to work so hard to get into medical school and then not get in because of your inability to write a compelling essay that moves the admissions committee?

How would your family and friends view you if you didn't get into medical school and you were no longer on your way to becoming the next doctor?

Seriously, you had great grades, surprisingly great performance on the MCAT plus a ton of extracurriculars where you're practically a shoe-in at many med schools but it didn't happen. You look back and realize your personal statement kept you from getting into medical school and becoming a doctor.

This happens more often than you think and it's a tragedy. 

Don't let it happen to you.

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Write Your Way To Becoming A DOCTOR!
 
Why do you want to be a doctor?

One of the most important places where you need to address your reason for wanting to be a doctor is in your medical school personal statement. 

If you write a compelling essay of why you deserve to be admitted to medical school and what you plan to bring to the field of medicine then you are practically a shoe-in for getting accepted.  

You didn't put yourself through hell to not get into medical school.

Imagine your future.

You wrote an amazing medical school essay, you're getting interviews left and right and the offers of acceptance start to roll in.

Do you see yourself walking across the stage to shake the Dean's hand as you are helped into your crisp white coat that is embroidered with your school's insignia and your name? 

Your parents are in the audience clapping and applauding as your name is called and in less than 4 years your life will forever change.

You will graduate from medical school and officially become a doctor.

And it all began with writing the perfect medical school personal statement.
 
Here's What I Can Do For Your Personal Statement
 
All you have to do is come to me with your "finished"  (5,300 character) personal statement and then I get to work making all the edits, revisions and changes so you can get a medical school interview.

In virtually all cases your final essay is going to be totally different from what you started out with.

Why?

Because I've been editing personal statements for more years than I care to admit and most students continually make the same mistakes over and over in their personal statements. 

So if I'm seeing these mistakes in the hundreds of medical school essays I edit, just imagine what AdComs see time and time with the thousands of statements they read each application cycle.

But you're in good hands because my years of editing will ensure you avoid all the common pitfalls that can totally derail your essay.

My process is very simple and here's what it consists of:

First, I do a general read of your personal statement to get a sense of what overall impression you make.

Then I systemically go through my editing checklist to ensure no stone is left unturned.

This is much more than a basic grammar and spell check editing service. 

I dive deep into your personal statement starting with the opening sentence to ensure it immediately grabs your reader's attention from the get-go. Then I ensure there are seamless transitions between each paragraph.

Talking about paragraphs I'm going to make sure the content of your essay is up to medical school admission standards. I find a lot of premeds talk about the same topics in their personal statements and it sabotages their chances of getting admitted.

Since these are all factors that are going through my mind plus plenty more you can realize just how thorough I am when working on your medical school essay.

There's a reason for why your final personal statement will almost be a complete 180 degree difference from when you started. 

This investment is totally worth it.

You'll be walking away with a personal statement that tells your story in the most compelling way possible and gets you closer to your acceptance.  

In a nutshell my job is...

To do whatever editing of your personal statement so you walk away with an essay that is uniquely yours, highlights all your attributes for a career in medicine and makes you a very relatable individual that AdComs want to meet in person by granting you a medical school interview.

If that's not exciting then I don't know what else to tell you.

You can finally stop typing, scratching your head, doing a million and one revisions and not knowing if you're getting any closer to a medical school essay that AdComs will thoroughly enjoy reading.

Together we'll craft a masterpiece that will blow away the competition and put you one step closer to being a doctor!

 
Three Mistakes to Avoid
 
  • Writing About Role Model Doctors - I don't need to hear about how Dr. Jones is a great doctor who spends time carefully explaining things to patients, he has an excellent bedside manner, how very knowledgable he is, how he always takes the time to teach you and ultimately you want to be just like Dr. Jones when you're a practicing doctor. 
  • What you just did is give me a glowing recommendation of Dr. Jones but this did nothing to help YOU get into medical school. 
  • Remember you're writing to showcase to AdComs why you deserve to be admitted so don't lose sight of this overall purpose of your personal statement. 
  • Resume in Paragraph - Make sure you haven't just submitted a resume in paragraph form.
  • If I can find content in another part of your medical school application then you better believe I will tell you to cut it or edit it down. With only 5,300 characters you want every word to be meaningful and advance the story of who you are as a person.
  • Not Being Personable - You need to let your personality shine through in your medical school essay. You have to imagine a reader is going to have a pile of essays to get through each night and yours needs to be the one they remember at 1:21 AM. 
  • Let your reader know who you are by showing and not telling. Be sure to incorporate your thoughts, emotions and feelings in your personal statement. The goal is to connect with your reader on some level where they are motivated enough to grant you a medical school interview. 
 
Awesome Personal Statement Editing
 
  • More Than Spelling & Grammar - Content and Topic Ideas
  • Grabbing Your Reader's Attention - Your first sentence matters the most
  • Give AdComs What They Want - Answer Why Medicine & Why You
  • Stop Second Guessing - Expert Editor so You Can Avoid Any Pitfalls
  • Stellar Closing Paragram - Wrap Up so AdComs Invite You to Med School Interview
  • And So Much More...
 
How It Works
 
It's so easy to get started working with me.
1.) Submit Payment
2.) Email me your Personal Statement: jason (at) doctorpremed (dot) com
3.) Within 48hrs you'll have revisions

 
Personal Statement Editing
 
No Worries. This Writing Service Works
48 Hour Turnaround Time Guarantee
 
48 Hour Guarantee. Your admission worthy medical school personal statement will be back in your hands within 48 hours upon receipt of payment. I pride myself on working efficiently, accurately and digging into your essay so you have your best chance of success in getting to the next level. Trust me, you're gonna love the outcome. Please note this is a service and all sales are final.
 
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