Nursing Statement of Purpose Writing and Editing
Nursing Personal Statement Service
Letters of Recommendation
I invite you to send your rough draft to the form, so that I can edit and enhance your first paragraph at no charge or obligation.
Most of my potential clients who receive the first paragraph, go on to commission me to work on the entire statement.
Working together as a team we strive to create the best personal statement possible, to give you an advantage over other applicants to Nursing School.
I am an experienced professional who has read and edited hundreds of Personal Statements and Statements of Purpose in the area of Nursing.
Most editing services only focus on the technical aspects of the statements: grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Instead, I consider the more important aspects; personal tone, flow, and content. Most importantly, I help you express your creative ideas concerning your long term goals and your contribution to humanity, society, and your local community.
The final product of my editing may be the beginning of your professional success, a solid investment in your future. Many of my clients have written to me to let me know that they had been accepted to an advanced education program in Nursing to thank me for helping with their statement. I believe that my work often helps to achieve the desired result because I draft/edit statements that contain the requisite elements of community spirit and personal character, on the one hand, and the celebration of diversity on the other. This serves to provide an edge to many successful applicants, helping them to stand out from their closest competitors.
The anonymous examples posted on my site are several years old and are the personal statements of people originally from all over the world, in keeping with the international spirit of Nursing School. When faced with many more applicants than space available, with many applicants having more-or-less similar grades and examination scores, the Personal Statement, Statement of Purpose, or Letter of Intent is the only basis upon which to make the decision of who will be accepted.
Anonymous Samples of My Work
The samples posted on this web site are anonymous and always more than two years old at the time of posting.
Most of my clients are people for whom English is a second language. Almost all are multilingual and many have extensive experience from outside the United States. Many are already nurses who have completed their training and already practiced in their country of origin; and now they are applying to advanced degree and certificate programs in America, Canada, England and Australia. Many of my clients share an interest in serving the desperate needs of the underserved, societies’ most vulnerable sectors, particularly in the Global South. If you want your Goal Statement, Personal Statement, Statement of Purpose, or Letter of Intent to be successful, you have to write it in such a way as to make those in charge of the selection process curious about you and to look forward to meeting you. You need to portray yourself in your statement as the kind of person that they want to have in their program. I am a practiced master at drafting your story in the best, most eloquent fashion possible, in the way that is most appealing to those who make the selection. .
I am convinced that one’s ethnicity, language skills, and multicultural experiences need to be woven together in a most eloquent fashion in your Personal Statement, as interconnected themes that radiate throughout your admission essay. Your ethnic or racial background and international aptitudes are your greatest assets as an applicant, and they need to be carefully related to both your short and long term goals. I do everything that I can to make your Personal Statement of Statement of Purpose as effective as possible. After a careful review of your material, I often ask you highly specific questions born from my many years of experience writing and editing nursing statements. I am a seasoned expert concerning what is important to include, and what is not. I have also had a great deal of practice at condensing a lot of material onto two to three double-spaced pages.
Often, I contribute creative ideas that help to make your case for admission much more powerful. Despite the nursing shortage, nursing school remains highly competitive, particularly CRNA programs. It is not enough to suggest that you are hoping to contribute to the diversity of the program; you must demonstrate in especially creative ways how your own unique combination of high motivation and multicultural background makes you uniquely suited to dentistry and that you have enormous potential for contributing to meeting the needs of the planet’s underserved populations. I have been drafting statements on behalf of nurses now for nearly a quarter of a century. Writing statements is not always fun, and the older I get the more mental and emotional energy it takes for me to do a great job. This is one of the reasons why I have developed a priority focus on nurses, because I admire the dedication of nurses, their orientation of service and giving. Nurses are generally among the finest people on the planet, on human and emotional levels, because of their ethic of service. Thus, when I help a nurse succeed, I am inspired by their story.