A personal letter is used to describe your motivation to become a doctor and your experiences that have prepared you for this profession. Most importantly, it is used to emphasize your unique qualities that allow you to stand out!
A good letter may be a difference between getting an interview or not. A bad letter could ruin your chances.
The absolute best thing you can do to maximize your chances is to get your letter edited by medical students and residents. Because they successfully went through this grueling process and got accepted, they have the knowledge to give you the right feedback that could make the difference between an interview invite and a rejection letter.
How it works:
Simply submit a booking and email the draft to email@example.com. You will get a fully annotated letter back within 48 hours. To have your letter edited again, submit another booking. You can request the repeated editing to be done by the same or a different mentor as before.