Your medicine fellowship personal statement should not normally exceed a page. Some fellowship can even have a word limit. When writing a personal statement, the applicant should think about his future plans, what he would like to do in five years or what position he would like to achieve. This can be difficult and sometimes confuse to put on paper. The applicant might not know all the answers straight away. However, he still needs to pick up at least one realistic professional career path and describe it to the reader. Some applicants might have issues with putting their thought on paper in the way the reader is encouraged to read to the end. The ultimate goal is to have the application accepted. So, it is useful to seek the help of professional writers, who use their skills and experience can produce a very compelling personal statement.