What to say, this is a good question. I am sure that my new Pre-Med advisor will have a lot to say about this, but for the summer I am left curious. In my last post I related my situation, and the very welcome response was to relate to them how I have turned disadvantage to my advantage. As I have been working towards this goal since I was very young, how much of my life should I relate? How dramatic shoule I be? Do I tell them how I have faught for hours to save lives, doing CPR for over an hour once and almost colapseing afterwards? Do I tell them about the 72 Hour Pheresis runs I have made? Should I relate my family history im medicine? Or perhaps about the time I literally had to shove a resident out of the way to intubate a patient after she fumbled and tried for almost 20 minutes? Theres just so much to say, I am inclined to want to plead and beg for the opportunity to study medicine (LOL). Perhaps there is a web site with successful personal statements somewhere??