Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Premier Editing Service for DO's, MD's, FMG's, IMG's & Medical Fellowship Applicants ONLY

Happy Tuesday! 

Have you started writing your personal statement for your medical residency application?  We are glad to provide you with 5 questions to answer in your essay.  Each answer is then organized into one paragraph, so it's a simple approach that has worked for many of our clients who are not sure how to begin the essay writing process.  Contact us today at CVPersonalstatement@gmail.com if you would like help organizing your thoughts into paragraphs.  

We also polish your completed original essay if you have completed your PS. 

Thanks.  May God guide and bless all your efforts.


Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Attention: Medical Residency Applicants 2023!

Dear 2023 Medical Residency Applicants, 

It is time to start the writing process for your specialty personal statement to be uploaded to your ERAS application.   We also edit for those physicians applying for residencies and fellowships outside the Match.  

Your approach to this project involves a self-reflection of your favorite specialties.  From there, many start writing their essays with an outline, while some just dive in and start writing random thoughts.  As you organize your outline or thoughts into paragraphs, your original takes on a unique life of its own.  

When you complete your statement, you may want to polish your original with the help of a team who has years of experience with exactly this type of project.  Please feel free to contact us if you would like our help. 

Thanks, and may God grant you success and contentment always.

(618) 207-3277

Saturday, October 2, 2021

It's Not Too Late!


Dear Doctors,

It is not too late to apply for a second specialty program.  After you have decided, for whatever reason, that you would like to apply for a different specialty, it is not too late to upload a 2nd or 3rd personal statement for your additional choices.  We can help you with an expedited edit for the new specialty. Or, you may have decided you would like to apply for the same specialty but to a different type of program, such as a larger institution in a city to a more rural program.  We can definitely help you re-calibrate your personal statement to focus on a different type of program.  

We can also edit your current statement to include more recent clinical experience, explain a red flag in your history or adjust your essay to convey that you have what it takes to succeed academically, socially and professionally in your given specialty. 

To our medical fellowship applicants we are available the year round for your personal statement and CV editing needs.  Even if you are already accepted in a fellowship program, we are here to help edit your written projects if you need it. 

We hope to hear from you soon.

Kind regards,


Friday, September 24, 2021

Personal Statement Help

 Dear Medical Residency & Medical Fellowship Applicants,

If you need help with your personal statement, kindly visit our website:


Our procedure & prices are simple to understand and our website is easy to navigate.

Visit the site today or give us a call at 618-207-3277



Tuesday, May 4, 2021

U.S. Medical Residency Applicants 2023

My Dear Medical Residency Applicants,

Be very careful with your social media profiles, posts, likes and public remarks!  While you may change your settings to "private" mode, nothing is completely private once it has been published online.  Outside of the fact that your personal online legacy is going to live on way beyond your own years, residency selection committees for now will be able to check out all your information as they consider your medical residency application.  See yourself as others see you, both present and future.  

So that's the only advice for this morning.  You are smart enough to understand the reasoning! 

With kind regards,



Sunday, May 2, 2021

Your U.S. Medical Residency/Medical Fellowship Personal Statement

Good Morning My Dear IMG's and FMG's, DO's, MD's & Medical Fellowship Applicants! 

I hope this finds you well.  Please contact us if you need help with covering what you perceive to be problem area with your personal statement.  As I mentioned yesterday, we can help you express in your essay what you THINK may be a major weakness in your application.  

The thing is, is that no one is perfect, including the program directors who are going to be reading your PS.  In most all cases, we have all built upon our weaknesses and turned them to strengths. 

Again, here are a few more examples of areas where we can help:

  • Poor USMLE scores
  • A gap in your resume
  • Lack of medical experience
  • Low grades in med. school
  • Demanding family issues
  • Advancing age of the applicant
  • A change in specialty choice
  • Not completing an earlier residency program 
  • Over qualification
  • Illness
  • A PS that is too long  (We like to keep them at about 650-750 words.)
  • A PS that is too short
  • A disorganized CV 
  • No research 
The only thing I can think of that is difficult for us to edit and justify is if you have a TOTAL lack of passion for the medical specialty or subspecialty to which you are applying.  That being said, it is still a good idea to cover your bases with a couple of specialty applications in somewhat related fields.  I mean, OBGYN/Surgery/Family Medicine, etc. is not for everyone.  Do not waste your effort on a "Plan D," but do consider applying for a second or third choice in case your first specialty choice doesn't work out. 

By the way, here are some links to a great site where you might converse anonymously with others about a variety of subjects related to you USMLE tests and residency application:
General - https://www.usmle-forums.com/

FMG's/IMG's - https://www.usmle-forums.com/forums/img-fmg-forum.67/


Saturday, May 1, 2021

Personal Statement Polishing for MD's, DO's, IMG's, FMG's and Medical Fellowship Program Applicants

My Dear Medical Residency Applicants, 

May 2021 is here!  Now is the time to start working on your personal statement for your 2022 ERAS application.  Here are a few of the sticky areas you might be facing as you write your PS:

  • A specialty change
  • Older applicants
  • Obstacles you have overcome
  • Gaps from practice
  • Experience outside the medical field
  • Dropping out of a previous medical residency program
  • Lack of research
  • Lack of experience
  • Lack of extracurricular medical activities
  • A disorganized CV
  • Cutting down the wordage in your current PS! (This one is really important.) 

For experienced help, shoot us an email today through our website's contact form:  www.CVPersonalstatement.com

We have also worked extensively with editing a wide array of medical subspecialty/fellowship personal statements. 


(618) 207-3277