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Hi there! 

My name is Hailey and I am a first-round applicant for PA school. I have gone to a handful of interviews, and have a few acceptances. I believe my personal statement was very strong, and I am wanting to help other prospective PA students get an acceptance on their first round also. 

I have quite a few friends already attending PA school, and those about to start. I have edited their personal statements as well. I am willing to edit your personal statement, have brainstorming phone calls and answer any questions about the PA admissions process in general.

My services are FREE OF CHARGEHowever, I do ask that if you feel you've benefited from my help that you give a small donation, whatever you can, via venmo to my PA school tuition fund. ~karma~

If you are interested, please email me at AcceptedPAstudent@gmail.com.

I look forward to helping all you prospective students!

Best,

Hailey xox

 

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I had Hailey review my personal statement and she did a great job! She was really fast in responding and made edits to my statement that help the flow of my essay as well as fix any grammar errors. She is a great resource and wants to help you succeed! 

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I emailed you but it got rejected.. I could use some help!! 

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@maria1129 Make sure you are emailing AcceptedPAstudent@gmail.com. I have other emails coming through, so it is working.

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I used Hailey to review my personal statement and she not only made suggestions but actually made edits to send back to me! Very helpful!

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I can confirm that Hailey is super helpful! She got back to me really quickly and had some thoughtful insights that helped me improve my PS 🙂

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Hailey is super helpful when providing feedback for your personal statement. She is also very quick at returning the edits. Highly recommend her service. 

Hailey, thanks for your help!

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Hi everyone! I am still accepting personal statements to review. My email is acceptedPAstudent@gmail.com.

 

For those of you who have sent yours, I will get back to you today! 

Thanks,

Hailey

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Hi Hailey, 

 

I just sent you an email as well! Best of luck with your PA school 🙂 Hope to hear back from you soon!

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Hailey, I just sent you an email. I was wondering if you are still offering to review personal statements. Thanks in advance!

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