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Writing the Statement of Purpose
Statement of Purpose Examples for Graduate School in | BeMo®
Last Updated: February 8, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Stacy Blackman. Stacy has professional experience working in private equity at Prudential Capital Group, launching Stryke Club, and evaluating businesses as a Resident Entrepreneur at idealab!. There are 14 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been viewed 1,, times. If you're applying to grad school, you'll probably have to write a statement of purpose.
10 Tips on How to Write a Statement of Purpose for Graduate School
Have you recently interviewed at your dream medical school? Were you just placed on its waitlist? Either way, a letter of intent to a medical school is obviously quite high stakes, so you want to make sure you get it right! This article will answer all your FAQs and help you write an effective medical school letter of intent that gets noticed and moves the needle for you. A letter of intent is typically sent to ONE top-choice medical school towards the end of your interview season.
Acting as a snapshot of your goals and accomplishments, a statement of intent -- sometimes called a statement of purpose or personal statement -- helps graduate schools, employers and other competitive programs size you up as a prospective candidate. Often accompanied by a resume, the statement of intent serves as a self-introduction aimed at snagging you a job or other career milestone. For graduate school applications, place yourself in the shoes of the admissions committee that must read dozens of such statements during the course of a day.