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Learn How to Create Internal Medicine Personal Statement


A great internal medicine personal statement is memorable because it tells a good story about who you are, where you want to go and how you choose the program. In fact, the personal statement is essential because it is used in determining who is ranked and be interviewed.


Creating Personal Statement for Internal Medicine

  • Overarching theme: Check over your CV and then think about what experiences that informs you what kind of physician you will become. You need to identify the common thread you have because sometimes it serves as your core values as an individual. After that, you need to identify your theme and start writing about your essay.
  • Highlight experience: You should use your experience in giving an idea of who you are to the reader. You need to be specific in presenting experiences such as talking about what you like internal medicine but it is better when the committee sees your personal experience. Show how the experience makes an impact with you, how it demonstrates your commitment and more.
  • Commitment to specialty: Talk why you choose internal medicine because the committee wants to know why you are attracted to it. What experiences you have that convince you it is the right specialty for you.
  • Strengths: Show what you can offer to the program, what at you good at and what specific skills you have that serves you well in the program.
  • Plans: Be sure to tell what you are seeking for in the program. At the end of your studies, you need to tell what kind of work do you see yourself doing and what training you want to get in the program. Be sure to present plans or goals and how you able to achieve it.
  • Organize your statement: There are many ways in organizing your statement and one of it is by using three paragraphs that has introduction, body and conclusion. In using this approach, you need to present a story, have a theme, and discuss your experience and commitment to internal medicine.

In writing a personal statement, you need to write in complete sentences, use an active voice, allow other people to read your essay to get feedback and make your essay interesting.

You also need to give yourself enough time to read and construct your personal statement to make sure you write the best.