Writer’s Block Package

Residency Application – Writer’s Block Package

Your personal statement is critical to distinguish you from the swarm of competitive residency candidates. A one-on-one advising session with Dr. Finkel before you compose your personal statement, followed by Dr. Finkel’s expert editing, will make you a more compelling applicant. Prior to your advising session, Dr. Finkel reviews your background. During your session, she brainstorms individually-tailored essay topics, suggests an explicit outline, pinpoints how to highlight strengths and address weaknesses, and reviews clichés to avoid. Upon receiving your personal statement draft, Dr. Finkel’s comprehensive edits tighten your organization, form, focus and syntax. The Writer’s Block Package includes up to three revisions of your personal statement.

For applicants interested in comprehensive assistance, check out “The Complete Package.

Hire Dr. Finkel to help you plan and edit your personal statement.

Step 1. Make payment below.

Step 2. Send your background information and at least two means of reaching you (cell, land line, Skype) to insidermedical@gmail.com.

Step 3. Make an appointment. Click here to schedule.

Step 4. After your Writer’s Block Advising Session, submit your personal statement draft in Microsoft Word as an attachment to insidermedical@gmail.com.

By submitting payment, you agree to abide by our Terms and Conditions.

Writer’s Block Package
Writer’s Block Personal Statement Package – $1490 (pre-review of your background + 1-hr essay Writer’s Block advising session by phone + up to 3 essay revisions*)
Add Live Skype® Video to your Writer’s Block Advising Session – $45

* Please ensure the personal statement 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.

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About Dr. Michelle Finkel

Dr. Michelle Finkel

Dr. Finkel is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Medical School. On completing her residency at Harvard, she was asked to stay on as faculty at Harvard Medical School and spent five years teaching at the world-renowned Massachusetts General Hospital. She was appointed to the Assistant Residency Director position for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency where she reviewed countless applications, personal statements and resumes. Read more

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