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Hey everyone, I'm in the process of starting my essays for this year's NHSC scholarship and was wondering if anyone had advice on how they approached the essays. My specific questions are highlighted below. 1) How specific were you in outlining your future career plans for the essay on the NHSC mission? Did you list HPSA sites and/or non-profit organizations you were interested in affiliating with? 2) How did you approach the essay regarding your commitment to working in primary care? Did you take a narrative approach regarding life events or circumstances that led you to pursue a career in primary care, a philosophical approach rationalizing the importance of primary care, a combination of the two, or something altogether different? Thanks in advance for any help!
My plan is to turn in my essay by tomorrow so it arrives on time, but I keep feeling like my secondary essay is repeating vibes from my first essay in my primary application. I added new information about myself that I had not said before, but I don't want to repeat what I had said prior. They asked for difficulty life experiences and how I will apply it to my career as a PA. The issue is my first essay compacted a lot of information about this in a concise way. Any advice on how to avoid sounding like a repeat of my first essay on supplements? Thanks!
What were some subjects you were asked to write about when presented with writing an essay in your interview? or was it a topic of your choosing? Does anyone know what the "grading criteria" is for this i.e. what are they looking for?