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  1. This is my second draft so far, and though it has improved from my first, I still feel like I may have been too vague. Please let me know what you think, and I will gladly do the same for you! Life is a collection of experiences. While some are merely prosaic pieces of today, others carry such significance that they shape our aspirations for the future. These events often influence us to take action, make a decision, complete a goal, or pursue a career. Within the past few years I have collected a variety of experiences, many of which have had lasting impacts on my future goa
  2. I will thoroughly proofread anyone's personal statement in exchange for you voting for me in this scholarship competition!! Quickly!! Voting ends tonight, April 29, 2015 at 11:59 EST 1. go to: www.diplomaframe.com/FMF2015-Naguit 2. click on "Vote for This Entry" 3. enter your email address (1 vote per email address, so if you have multiple email addresses, please vote for me multiple times!) 4. check your email to confirm your vote 5. pass this on to get others to vote for me! Msg me your personal statements after you finish voting! Thanks for the support!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. Hey Everyone, Thanks in advance for taking the time to help out. This is my very first draft/attempt and I mostly just want to get a sense of whether or not I am headed in the right direction. I know there are several problems (feel free to point them out!). It's short, and lacks some cohesion but like I said, am I heading down the right road or do I need to change gears entirely? Thanks Again! _____________________________________ When I looked down all I could see were dark clouds sweeping up the valley like a tsunami of cold rain and bad memories about to be made; bad news for
  4. I considered a residency. But, then I had the opportunity to speak with HR departments in 3 different hospitals as to the benefits. Basically there's a pay scale for PA's. With no experience you start at the bottom of the scale. With a lot of experience or a residency under your belt, you start higher up on the scale. Regardless, the scale is only so large and therefore with a residency you hit the max cap quicker. Benefits??? You hit the cap in 2 years instead of 3 years. I'm not going to deny the fantastic, dedicated, individual experience one would receive in a residency, but if your goal
  5. Again, this is a very very rough draft. Just wanted to see if I was on the right path and if anyone has opinions. Thanks so much!! I asked my 7 year old nephew if he had a girlfriend at school. He looked at me, with this serious look on his face and said “No! I don’t need a girlfriend. I have grandma and she is my best friend!”. I couldn’t help but laugh and think about my relationship I had with my grandmother. Growing up I would spend countless hours with my grandmother, and as with my nephew and my mother, she was my best friend. My grandmother had been in and out of the hospital throug
  6. I just finished my first draft. Are the ideas in my personal statement too general? Any feedback would be appreciated, thanks! Feel free to message me feedback or post it on this thread, anything you can offer would be great. Here it is: I work in a psychiatric hospital. When I mention this to those outside the always locked double doors, it often conjures up the widely adopted vision of sterile, concrete hallways and shackled beds. They think of needles, caretakers reminiscent of Nurse Ratched and some kind of indefinite, twisted eternal fate reserved only for the “insane.” We hear ab
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