Sample 1st Paragraph for the Masters in Speech and Language Pathology, Applicant from Hong Kong

I believe firmly that effective communication is the central key for having a healthy social life. Human speech, therefore, stands at the center of virtually all forms of participation in social life, virtually everything for which life is worth living. Thus, I also feel strongly that it is our duty as an advanced society to provide assistance to those who are unable to speak normally, to help them overcome their language or vocal difficulties. This is why I hope very much to be accepted to your highly esteemed Master’s Program in SLP, so that I can become the very best speech and language therapist possible in my native Hong Kong where there is a great need for therapist’s like myself who want to help the poorest and most vulnerable sectors of our society in the HKSAR.

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Sample 1st Paragraph for the MA Degree in Speech Language Pathology, Chinese

I am a young Chinese woman who is now firmly established in California and I seek to respond to the need in the Bay Area for multilingual speech and language therapist. Probably my greatest assets are my language skills and my great passion for serving my community, especially the most vulnerable among us and in particular multilingual children with communication challenges. I speak 4 languages, Cantonese, Mandarin, English, and Japanese. I first fell in love working with kids as a kindergarten teacher in Japan. I especially adore working with this age group and hope to continue to study and focus on children for the balance of my professional life.

I attend to my clients in the order in which I have received their payments.

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Now 59 years old, I remember being diagnosed with a speech impediment in the 6th grade and placed in therapy. I acted out in response, showing off, and accidentally banged my head against the corner of a file cabinet requiring stitches. Now, when I draft a statement in SLP, I reflect back upon that occasion and upon the emotional and psychological sensitivity attached to diagnosis and treatment in this area. My son David, now five, has some issues as well, which I am monitoring, investigating, and working with on my own.

Thus, I am very interested in and engaged with the field of Speech Language Pathology and it is a great privilege for me to help as many applicants as I can in this area. It is a special honor for me to draft statements on behalf of those applicants whose story excites me, clients who I feel strongly are in a unique position to contribute to SLP practice and research. I only do my best, taking the time to reflect on your story as well, usually doing some internet research on your behalf.

I want to help you to get accepted to Graduate School in SLP

Most applicants who decide to pursue Speech-Language Pathology do so because they are interested in working with people. The wide scope of practice for a speech-language pathologist allows therapists to work with people in any age range, from infancy to geriatrics. They are also attracted to the career because it serves to improve the quality of life for those with whom you work as well as their family members and friends. In this field, you provide an invaluable contribution, helping others by enhancing their communication abilities.

 An individual pursuing speech pathology must have a true interest and investment in the field.  Graduate school is not easy, is exhausting and stressful.  If one does not have a true passion for the field, completing this degree will be incredibly difficult. It is critically important that one have a sincere interest in helping people with various speech, language, cognitive-communication, fluency, voice, and/or swallowing disorders. Those considering going into the field should also be flexible, patient, persistent, and tolerant. This is because all of these characteristics are needed in order to be successful at performing evaluations and conducting therapy.

The Personal Statement of Purpose for Graduate School in Speech & Language Pathology and Therapy.

I strongly suggest that you gain as much exposure to the profession as possible before applying to a Master’s program. Not only will this experience be beneficial when applying to Master’s programs and throughout graduate study, but it also may help to shape your eventual career path by providing you with a better sense of what Speech-Language Pathologists do on a daily basis. Take advantage of any mentoring programs offered by your graduate program. Also, don't be afraid to seek advice from others who you may know that have already been through the speech-language pathology graduate school process. If you are truly dedicated to building a career in this area, you will find that there are a vast number of opportunities available for clinician practicum placement.

 It is very important that you carefully review the style and presentation of your application material for graduate school before submitting it, especially your Personal Statement of Purpose. Seeking the assistance of a professional writer is often a very good idea, especially if English is your second or third language. I would be happy to draft the first paragraph free of charge so that I have the opportunity to demonstrate to you how I can help in this regard. You will only need to pay for my services if you are very impressed with the first paragraph and decide to commission me to draft the entire statement.

 I would be happy to provide you with a highly eloquent Statement that portrays you as someone with enormous potential to contribute to the advance of the field of speech pathology over the long term. After you fill out my Online Interview Form, I will ask you some specific questions by email if I need any further information. Please also send your resume/CV and or rough draft if you have one.

Sample 1st Paragraph for the MS Degree in Speech Language Pathology

A healthy, stable, normal, young white woman from Wisconsin, still only 22, I think that I worked very hard to achieve close to an intermediate level in conversational Spanish as well as ASL because I want to help people, especially children, to learn to communicate effectively so that they will have fuller and richer lives. My short term goal is to excel in your distinguished program at XXXX University, which is my first choice due the diversity and thoroughgoing nature of your curriculum. I hope to achieve my long term goal shortly after graduating: working with students from pre-k to secondary. Above all, I want to work in a school district that has an option for early intervention because I love working with children from birth to 3 and their families, the younger they are the more I find the challenge especially engaging.


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Please note that I attend to my clients in the order in which I have received their payments. 

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Sample 1st Paragraph for the Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Ecuadoran

Now 21 years old and a citizen of the USA, I was born in my native Ecuador and raised there until the age of 6, so, I remember just about enough of it to be able to consider myself fully bicultural as well as bilingual. This is a great asset in New York where so many of those who are underserved by our health care and educational resources tend to speak little to no English. I want very much to give my life to children, developing a special focus on the little Latinos and Latinas who have communication problems, irrespective—to the extent to which this is possible—of the legal status of their parents.