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Accounting programs have become particularly popular in recent years, especially among international students. Schools are thus scrambling to add new study and degree opportunities in this dynamic subject. Even with these added options, though, competition is still very stiff when it comes to earning admission to most accounting programs. It is therefore extremely important to submit an outstanding personal statement when applying to accounting schools to set you apart from the crowd. EssayEdge editors know what it takes to craft an impressive admissions essay, and with their help you’ll earn a coveted seat in class.

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The Importance of Your Accounting Personal Statement

Some applicants do not understand why they need to spend time writing a great accounting personal statement, especially since they are applying to a degree that is focused on numbers and not words. At EssayEdge, we know that the application process is designed to help schools and institutions select the absolute best candidates out of huge pools of competitive options. Numbers like GPAs and standardized test scores can only provide limited information about who you truly are. It’s the admissions essay, like a personal statement or statement of purpose, that gives the school more detailed information about you.

Even if you are a numbers-focused individual who isn’t a strong writer, it is vital that you craft an essay that is as strong as it can possibly be. Your personal statement should explain why you have chosen to pursue this degree, what you have done to prepare for the program, how you can contribute to their university, and what you plan to do once you earn your graduate degree. If your statement does not provide valuable, eloquent information in all of those regards, it is not truly helping you maximize your chance of admission.

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