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Old 08-20-2010
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Certificate Program specific personal statement

So if I have done an elective rotation at an University , Can I make the PS program specific , I mean mention why I want to be in that particular program giving examples from what I liked best during my stay there.
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Yes, definitely.

In ERAS, you can upload as many personal statements as you like and you can make PS specific for that particular program.

In fact, this is an excellent strategy because then the program will be impressed when they read that you wrote something specific for them.
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Idea! yes, why not

you can choose whatever you like and go with that and even you can build yourself as i am doing with the help of Residency personal statement . i can not but praise him as i have got the best quality service from them . i am thinking about my career and that is really helpful to me.
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