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    is there any need to have an ending? at the moment i do not really see a point in concluding what i ahve already written and wasting precious characters

    all help appreciated
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    Conclusion is vital. It creates a memory for the reader.
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    you defo need one in any personal statement but I would say more crucial for a med one!
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    I was just planning on writing something really naff along the lines of "please help me fulfil my dream". My dad reckons if i'm desparate enough to say something like that, they'll know how much i really want it.
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    I think you should put:

    "Lots of love and kisses,

    lifter_gav x x x"
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    How about, "I'm looking forward to studying Medicine at your University"?
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    erm, well mine was "I feel that as well as having the attributes necessary to become an effective doctor, I am fascinated by the diagnostic challenge medicine presents; wanting to connect my enthusiasm for science with my compassion for people. "
 
 
 

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