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For as many applicants as possible, I draft the first part of your Statement completely free of charge to promote my service. More than half of these applicants decide to commission me to finish drafting the entire statement. This is how I support myself and my only child Davy Dylan, laying a little something aside for his future. 

drrobertedinger@gmail.com

BSN Nursing, Underserved Populations

February 29, 2012


Now living in Vancouver, Washington, I am an all around American girl who is very mature at 25; compassionate, and an ardent student of health care. I think that I am a perfect candidate for a nursing program because of my vast energy, keen love of learning, and most of all the fact that I am a very hard worker. Since I have known for many years that I planned to enter the field of Health Care, I decided to major in General Biology and the study of life and wellness is the center of my world. My first choice for graduate study is the Accelerated BSN program at XXXX Health and Science University, especially since I am particularly interested in the area of neonatal intensive care. My aunt who is a nurse in this field and also a flight nurse, helped to spark my intense interest in this area of nursing. Finding myself keenly drawn to the challenges of this area, I want to learn all that I can about infant health because of my profound concern for the way in which babies are incapable of telling us where it hurts or precisely what their needs are.

My short term goal is to complete my Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing at your program and to later study towards a MSN Degree in the area of Anesthesia. I have had significant experience working in the Health Care field to know that becoming a nursing professional is the right career choice for me to make. My work experience as a Certified Nurse Assistant has been the best experience possible to prepare me for what will lie ahead in my career as a nursing professional. Most importantly, I have learned how to put the needs of the patient above all else and this position has given me a great deal of insight into the world of nursing care. Having long been convinced that I wanted to spend my life in the helping professions, I find myself very attracted to the challenges and diversity of the nursing professional. I love to learn and this career path offers endless opportunities to advance my knowledge. A great lover of people and an excellent communicator, I long for that hands-on opportunity to interact with others in the most meaningful and beneficial way possible.

Most of my high school years were spent building upon my strengths in science, math and technology, and exploring career opportunities within engineering and technology. By the time I graduated I had come to excel in these areas, but, most importantly, I came to realize that I wanted to be like y mother, who is a critical care Nurse Practitioner. Over time, I think some of her passion for her work began to spark my own interest in a career as a nursing professional.

My mastery of technology will prove to be a major asset to my career as a nurse and my experience working as a nursing assistant to diverse and underserved populations is also critically important. The greatest contribution that I might be able to make to society would be to make a difference in someone's life every day. My goal is to go to work with a smile and spread my good cheer to my patients. I have a strong appreciation for academics, especially the life sciences, and this will enable me to do very well in a rigorous nursing program. I enjoy working with people, being part of a team, and have often found myself in leadership positions with respect to my peers, all of which have helped to prepare me for further study towards becoming a highly efficient nursing professional. I thank you for consideration of my application.

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