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Personal Statements

Tips to write personal statements

While writing a personal statement the following questions should be addressed.

The body of the SOP should answer the following questions:

1) Why did you choose this branch of medicine? (Example: Internal medicine, Pediatrics)
2) Why should we take you? (Describing your credentials briefly)
3) What are you looking for in a program?
4) Conclusion
 
For info on ERAS advice on personal statements please go to
http://www.aamc.org/students/eras/support/docfaq.htm#statements
 
Sample Internal Medicine
Sample Pediatrics
Sample Emergency Medicine
Sample Obstetrics and Gynecology
Sample Surgery
Sample Preliminary Medicine

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