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For anybody looking for real world examples of physician assistant school personal statements we have compiled a list of 31 essay samples submitted through our free personal statement review service. Just a reminder Don’t copy (plagiarize) from samples, examples, or anything not an original thought. 

 

31 Physician Assistant Personal Statement Examples

 

These sample essays should help you as you decide what to write, or what not to write, on your PA school personal statement.

 

It is important to note that these are examples of what other PA school applicants have submitted and are not meant to be examples of what you should write. We have left a very brief comment at the end of each essay, which was meant to provide the writer with some help and direction.

 

A great essay is seamless, it's smooth, it feels effortless yet, it is anything but.

 

After our our interviews with PA school administrators one things became extremely clear: The admissions committee wants you to cut to the chase, eliminate the drama and tell a fluid story.

 

Feel free to read through these example essays and take notes of what you think works and what doesn't.  Note common mistakes and common spelling errors that get people in trouble.

 

- Stephen

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