Dental School Personal Statement, Curriculum Vitae and Secondary Essays
Your written materials are essential to distinguish you from hundreds of other applicants at the outset of the dental school admissions process. Your submissions can make the difference between being invited for an interview or immediate rejection.
Dr. Finkel assists you with content, organization, form, focus, and syntax. Learn how to market your experiences with polish and professionalism, highlighting the salient points that program directors and faculty desire. Each Editing Service includes up to three revisions of your written material. Dr. Finkel provides only editorial services; Insider does not generate content.
Step 1. Make payment below.
Step 2.Submit your written material(s) in Microsoft Word as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include in your written materials the name of the person receiving services and the name of the person paying with credit card.
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Don’t even know where to start with your personal statement?
|Personal Statement – $1095 (up to 3 revisions*)|
|Secondary Essays – $1095 (up to 3 revisions*)|
|Curriculum Vitae – $1095 (up to 3 revisions)|
|Editing Package A – $1995 (two of the above; up to 3 edits each)|
|Editing Package B – $2995 (three of the above; up to 3 edits each)|
|Letter of Intent – $450 (up to 3 revisions*)|
Applicants demonstrating financial hardship through an ADEA-AADSAS Fee Assistance Program grant may be considered for reduced rates at the discretion of Dr. Finkel. Contact her for more information.
* Please ensure the personal statement, secondary essays, and/or letter of intent does not exceed the Insider standard length of 700 words. Please note the original document, as well as subsequent drafts submitted for editing, must fit within the word count. For the Secondary Essay service, you may include as many essays as fit, up to 700 words. Please include secondary essay prompts for clarity; the prompts will not count toward the 700 word limit.