This printable planner is designed to help you to write the personal statement for your Medicine application. It consists of 10 chronological stages to help you structure and write up a personal statement including all the key attributes admissions tutors look for. This step-by-step guide is the first interactive activity based planner of its kind!
There are numerous tips and suggestions given throughout the planner to help you plan and then write each paragraph at a time. Several activities have been included to help you brainstorm and select the best experiences to aid you in presenting a competitive application.
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