So the actual prompt for the personal statement is something along the lines of: Why do you want to go to medical school? I'm now wondering if my answer is too not-straight-forward. I didn't want to come out and say "I want to go to medical school because..." or "I want to become a physician because..." at any point in the essay. Instead, I talked about what I love about medicine, though mainly in the intro and concl paragraph only. But the main bulk of my PS, I noticed, is mainly about you know, what makes me unique, what makes me qualified, some of my memorable experiences (but not resume-esque, it's much more story-filled and relevant to "why/how these experiences, even if not necessarily clinical experience, make me qualified and show that I'm 'ready' for med school"). Is that a usual case? Where the main bulk of my essay is not explicitly "why I want to go to med school"?