SamplePersonalStatement.org Re-Launches with New Look, New Features

SamplePersonalStatement.org has unveiled a new design, complete with a new blog and a richer set of products.

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The goal of the redesign is to make our site better-equipped to address the needs of those going through the college admissions process.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 21, 2013

When pursuing admission into any kind of college or university—whether an undergraduate program, an MBA program, law school, or medical school—crafting a compelling personal statement is typically mandatory. For many applicants, however, the composition of the personal statement is one of the most difficult parts of the entire admissions process. A company called Sample Personal Statements, available at SamplePersonalStatement.org, was formed to provide applicants with a little bit of direction and help—and now, the site’s resources are richer and broader than ever before, thanks to a major new site overhaul.

The founder of SamplePersonalStatement.org, Jason Kay, notes that the site is intended to provide a practical and much-needed service—and that it is able to do so better than ever with its updated look and its new set of features. “The site was launched to provide folks with templates for writing their personal statements,” remarks Kay. “By using a template, applicants can make sure that their personal statements are professionally-structured and well-presented. The new site enhances this service, not just with a new look but also an expanded set of products and services.”

Indeed, SamplePersonalStatement.org now offers more samples than ever before. Users can browse the list of templates on the site, including samples for such common admissions questions as “Why do you want to attend medical school?” There are templates available to meet the specific requirements of different kinds of colleges and universities, and also to reflect different admissions criteria.

The SamplePersonalStatement.org site has been improved in other ways, too. Kay notes
that the sleek and intuitive redesign makes it easier than ever for users to locate the products and services they need. The site now comes with a blog, offering general tips and guidelines on the personal statement writing process. There are also links to additional resources, such as proofreading and editing companies.

“In the end, the goal of the redesign is to make our site better-equipped to address the needs of those going through the often-rigorous admissions process,” concludes Kay. “Generating a strong personal statement is vitally important, yet it can also prove difficult; that’s why we are continually refining and expanding our services, to provide college and university applicants with a solid foundation for their personal essays.”


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