The process of applying to dental school can be very stressful and exhausting. The ADEA AADSAS application requires that applicants submit a Personal Statement. After submission of your application, you may receive from some Dental schools a request for a supplemental (secondary) application. Effectively crafting and developing these very important pieces of your application will provide you with the chance to show the admissions committee what makes you standout from the hundreds of other applicants. Understanding that whether or not you will be invited for an interview at the school you are applying to relies greatly on your AADSAS applications, it is crucial that you use this opportunity to captivatingly portray why you are the ideal candidate that they are seeking to accept.
Crafting an effective and memorable Personal Statement requires a substantial amount of reflection, introspection, and preparation.
An ordinary, ineffectual Personal Statement may leave a negative impression on the admissions committee, hurting your chances of getting into dental school. On the contrary, a strong, unique, and well-written Personal Statement will help the admissions committee to see that you are an ambitious and dedicated applicant who is qualified for the rigorous demands of dental school and the field of dentistry.
The biggest challenge most applicants face when writing their Personal Statement is being able to convey themselves without sounding redundant, banal, and unoriginal. Furthermore, many applicants may not have enough writing experience and exposure from often focusing so heavily on their science-heavy undergraduate curricula.
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After submission of the ADEA AADSAS application, some dental schools may request that applicants submit a Supplemental (Secondary) Application. Supplemental (Secondary) Applications are requested when the dental school wishes to collect additional candidate information pertinent specifically to their school. Understanding that whether or not you will proceed to the next phase of the admission process relies greatly on your application submissions, it is crucial that all of your documents are relevant, clear and concise, and 100% error free. iPrepDentals’ team of expert editors can partner with you through this seemingly stressful process to ensure that your Secondary Application is free of grammatical errors, well-written, formatted effectively, and focused on providing the most relevant information.