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Midwife Diaries

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I have one offer already and am just waiting on another. It's my first year of applying and I genuinely feel that your personal statement school helped immensely.

I recommend it to any aspiring midwives I speak to!

Thank you so much again, it's really well worth the money. Your videos were invaluable to really gain an understanding of what the universities want.

I have your book also....... Ellie Durant fan girl right here! 🙂

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Sara

 I would just like to thank you for all the amazing help and tips I have received from the personal statement school. I was struggling so much, this was just what I needed! I failed to get any interviews with my first application but after writing a lovely personal statement that I am proud of with your help I've managed to bag myself 5 out of 5 interviews this time around! I'm absolutely over the moon and cannot thank you enough. so scared for the interviews but I am much closer to achieving my dream that I ever was before. THANK YOU ELLIE!

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Hana

I just need to say thank you so much for your help whilst writing my personal statement. The personal statement school was just unendingly fabulous and informative. Before I signed up I didn't even know where to begin, and I was getting nowhere fast. As soon as I logged onto the PS school I knew I had hit the jackpot. Especially as an applicant applying on my own, I haven't had the help of a college or school so I just didn't have the techniques I needed to get me going.

Reading my PS for the last few times before I sent it off I KNEW it was good. Before I couldn't have imagined it would sound so awesome and contain everything I wanted it to! You just managed to translate it in such an understandable way - to get it all down on the page in a concise manner that flowed and sounded kick-ass. And now, I have two interviews at my top two university choices! All I can say now is: wow. It truly worked. Well done, and thanks and for all the work you have done/continue to do helping aspiring midwives. Now on to interview prep...
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Cat Hess

The mind maps are amazing, and I'm writing down things I had completely forgotten about. They make me look at things differently and enable me to put them down as skills gained. I thought my PS was pretty tight and rather good, until I came across your school & I am now starting again and rewriting it all!

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Hayley Kenyon

What an amazing resource! I signed up the day it came out and it has been such a help to me! So easy to understand and takes you through step by step, it has managed to keep me calm when writing my personal statement. Well done Ellie and thank you so much!

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Hannah Gerken

anonymous testimonial: The Personal Statement School helped me get 5/5 interviews and I can't recommend it enough. It helped me organise my thoughts, focus on the key points and avoid common mistakes, whilst writing my statement in my own words. If you are going to use one resource to help your application then it should definitely be this!

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Anonymous

I've had several personal statements fail to get any interviews so I got this on the first day it was out. I can see where I was going wrong and am much more confident now. Fingers crossed! Thanks Ellie.

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Jade Brooks

Oh my god it's amazing - signed up immediately. Honestly Ellie I was shaking with excitement - it's exactly what I need, it's brilliant for working out what you want to say and how to structure.

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Sara Joyner

'I have literally just surfaced (beginning at 9am....) from Ellie Durant personal statement school. Not been full on working the whole time but the inspiration/research section!! One YouTube video led to another... which led to another... would definitely recommend it so far!!
I didn't think I could afford to do it but I saved here and there the past couple of weeks and I've managed. I'd seriously recommend anyone give up a couple of takeaways or bottles of vino.'

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Lucy Connell

I was in tears watching the inspiration section last night! it's kicked so many of my bad habits that I didn't even know I had. x

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Amy Earnshaw

Thank you! I felt my personal statement was much stronger after the personal statement school. I wish I had found it sooner! I haven't stopped celebrating and will probably continue to do so until September!

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Lauren

I just wanted to say a massive thank you for all the help your website has given me over the last few months. Your personal statement school was amazing, I couldn't have written mine without it! Also your interview advice helped so much, I felt so prepared for my interviews and it gave me a lot of confidence going in to them.
I've just been offered a place, my first choice university and I couldn't be happier. I'm so excited to be starting my journey towards becoming a midwife. Thank you again for all your help, I really couldn't have done it without you.
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Georgia Cook

That's good, thank you so much! I just finished writing my statement with the help of your ps school and it was amazing, really confident about my application now thanks to your wonderful videos! 🙂 xx

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Chloe Brooks

Over the summer holidays I spent hours and hours stressing over how to start, and write my personal statement, I knew what I wanted to say but actually getting it down onto paper felt impossible!
Then I found Ellie's personal statement school, and my favourite thing about it is that it doesn't feel like Ellie is doing it for you, but it simply organises all your thoughts into sections, and gives you resource ideas, making the process of writing it so much more organised and it also helped me understand exactly what the admissions tutors are looking for.
I submitted my UCAS last week and have already received an offer for an interview. 
Thank you so much Ellie, for turning what could have been very stressful into an exciting and interesting experience.
I strongly recommend using the personal statement school to help you write a brilliant and exciting personal statement!
Becky
 Xx
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Rebecca Saunders

I'm finding your lessons and tips so very helpful and I'm super grateful for the effort you have put in to produce such a magnificent tool for all us up-and-coming midwives.
Thank you.
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Esther

For anyone that's struggling, not happy or not even started their statement, I cannot stress enough how much this will help you!
Thank you Ellie, you truly are a wonderful and inspiring person.

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Lucy

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What Is Midwife Diaries Personal Statement School?

A step by step video guide on how to write an outstanding, unique UCAS midwifery personal statement.

Last year I offered a personal statement coaching service and found most of the people I worked with were brilliant candidates for the role of student midwife. But they just didn’t know how to write about their unique set of skills, insights, knowledge, and understanding in their personal statement.

Writing a midwifery personal statement is unlikely to be similar to anything you've written before, and demonstrating your suitability can be difficult, even if you're an ideal candidate.

Learn With Video

Printable Workbook

Over 30 Videos

Resources and Inspiration

Life-Long

Learning

Midwife Diaries Personal Statement School is the start of lifelong learning about midwifery. The process is designed to help you write a fantastic and unique personal statement and teach you valuable knowledge and insights along the way that will make your application even stronger and help you when you get to your interview.

It was sad for me to turn away so many hopeful prospective midwives because I didn’t have the time to work with them all. So, this year, the Midwife Diaries Personal Statement School is open to everyone!

I believe all midwifery candidates should have the opportunity to write about themselves in the best way possible. They shouldn't be held back just because they don’t have the specific set of skills needed to write about the qualities they already have.

All my experience in helping applicants write amazing personal statements has been poured into this course.

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Content

  • Quick and easy workbook to structure your ideas and writing
  • Over 30 videos on every aspect of writing your personal statement
  • The most common, devastating mistakes even clever candidates can make
  • Bonus videos explaining how to talk about your unique circumstances
  • Brand new example good and bad personal statements
  • Lots of midwifery knowledge you'll absorb 
  • Links to inspirational videos and articles
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Printable PDF Workbook

Start Writing Your Statement From Scratch

You don’t need anything to get started! I’ll guide you through exploring your ideas and carefully selecting the points you want to write about. Structure, writing the body, introduction and conclusion, and blasting through going blank are all included in the course. As well as modules about special tips and tricks, writing about personal and unique circumstances, polishing and the all important character count.

Check You're Writing In The Best Way

The course is focussed on teaching you to communicate the best of your skills, insights, and qualities to the admissions tutors. You'll check you're using the top techniques.. Whether you're a mature student, young student, or Access Course student - you'll learn how to showcase your skills and personality, and make sure you have an edge.

Whatever Your Circumstances Or Experience, I've Got You Covered...

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  • Younger Applicants
  • Limited Volunteer Experience
  • Rewriting If You've Previously Been Unsuccessful
  • Nursing Background
  • Mature Students
  • Only Applying To One Uni
  • MCA/HCA Background
  • Experience In The Developing World
  • Difficult Life Experience To Include
  • Including Your Own Experience Of Motherhood
  • If You Know A Midwife or Nurse
  • If You Have A Learning Difficulty
  • If You Have A Turbulent Past
  • Dicussing Mental Illness
  • If Midwifery Is A New Dream

Definitely Not Plagiarism

I just can’t stress this enough. There is no need to worry about UCAS' 'Copycatch' plagiarism software because your personal statement will be unique, authentic and all about you. Midwife Diaries is NOT about unfair advantage and is NOT about plagiarism. You will learn and research (with my help) on this course and actually become a stronger candidate.

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Avoid The Mistakes That Most Candidates Make

Language is very important in midwifery and the way we speak has a deep influence on the care we provide. I’ll teach you why we talk about certain things in certain ways so that you have the best possible chance of demonstrating your unique insights into the profession.

Know What’s Expected Of You

Many candidates don’t know what is expected of them in their personal statement. This course will teach you what admissions tutors value most in a midwifery candidate and how to show you have what they are looking for.

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If you've got questions, comments, suggestions, or you want to send me some lovely feedback (I adore those emails 🙂 ) you can either use the box below or email me at ellie@midwifediaries.com.

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9 Responses

  1. ‘I am really struggling with the introduction of my personal statement because I am worrying it won’t be good enough. I think this will help me to under what makes a great introduction to a personal statement and how I can get my thoughts and idea onto paper and help me to believe in what I am writing and be confident. I have wanted to be a midwife since I was 13 because I was fascinated with pregnancy and birth. But now I understand what midwifery really means and that it’s not just about the pregnancy or birth but about supporting the women and advocating for her and empowering her throughout the antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal periods.’

    – Sofie

  2. ‘I am struggling with knowing if the language I’m using in my personal statement is correct and not overly friendly? I am a mature student and I have never applied to university before so this is all completely brand new, so I feel your personal statement school would be perfect to help. I have always known I wanted to be a midwife, however, I did not think I was clever enough to go to university, none of my family have ever gone to uni either so it was always such a daunting prospect. But now my children are a bit older and I am going to believe in myself and follow my dream!!! As I have said at beginning of my personal statement, midwifery is a calling. It’s more that a career, a vocation or simply a job, it’s a fire burning strong and bright in the pit of my stomach and I can not ignore it any more. Thank you.’
    – Fiona

  3. Laura Allsopp

    *entering competition* not sure if this is where I’m meant to write, so please let me know if I’ve put it in the wrong place!

    I’m currently struggling with the opening of my personal statement, as its been suggested, I really need an opening that’s going to stand out.

    I think personal statement school would help me, because I haven’t even started my personal statement yet. I’m not applying for university until 2018, but I think its important to get started now so I can tweak it along the way. I’ve also heard excellent reviews about the school and after watching the online video I really think it would help.

    Why do I want to be a midwife? Ah, the all important question, the one where I know why I want to be a midwife, but not sure how to put it into words! I am a mother of two, and like some mothers, after their experience of pregnancy and childbirth want to become a midwife. I received excellent care throughout both my pregnancies and both of my labour’s. Nothing was too much trouble, and I never felt as if I was being a pain asking certain questions-they were all more than happy to help. For me, like some other women too, being in labour was very scary, especially the first time round as I was only 18. I obviously didn’t know what to expect, but I had such brilliant care from a midwife I will never forget. I guess what I’m trying to say is that I would love to care for women like I was cared for. I also find the whole process of pregnancy absolutely fascinating! the fact that we all came from cells I find incredible.

    Anyway, I hope I haven’t gone on too much!

    I really hope you consider me for the free personal statement school.

    Thank you!

    Laura

  4. Bethany Twibey

    – My main issue with writing my personal statement is confidence. I seem to question every point. Is it relevant? Does it make grammatical sense? Am I interesting enough to stand out? Along with having too many things to say for UCAS restrictions allowance.

    – I think personal statement school would help me make my points slightly more concise so I could include a few more points and still be within UCAS character and line limits. I also feel that it will allow me to be slightly more confident in my transferable skills which may maks me a little more at ease when it comes to justifying why I would be well suited to midwifery at interviews.

    – Why I want to be a midwife is something I find very tricky to effectively put into words (not very I know.) I think my genuine excitement and intrest around the ‘magic’ of pregnancy, labour and postpartum is the main reason. It amazes me what womens bodies are capable and the holistic approach makes for a smoother experience overall which I think is essential for the best chance at a good postpartum experience. I feel truly passionate about empowering women, allowing them to be the boss and make decisions based upon my guidance. I want a job that is more than ‘paying the bills’…I mean if I wanted a career for money it would be a bit daft of me to choose midwifery. Midwives deliver babies frequently, however a singular woman is likely to have in general 1-3 babies on average and it is so important that midwives are there to be professional friends to ensure they have the best experience possible and I would be honoured to be in such a lucky role.

  5. Kay

    I’m struggling with finalising my personal statement and understanding if it gives the correct impression. I have never been a good judge of my own writing, I also do not have any support from college or family to help me. I believe the personal statement school will give me the extra boost of confidence support and reassurance I need to perfect my personal statement. I have your book and have watched all your videos but I really struggle in analysing wether or not I have done the suggested things correctly. I am becoming highly and increasingly stressed as the new college year creeps closer and UCAS will soon open. I would really appreciate the help. I do not want to appear naive or over confident in myself.
    Thank you!
    Kay

  6. Rhiannon

    The biggest challenge I’m finding with writting my personal statement is promoting my self and my abilities. I find it very difficult to show my confidence in my ability to do the role even though I know I can do it and I know i will be an amazing midwife.

    I think personal statement school would help me to come across as confident and personable without my own personal experiences good and bad coming across in a way where I am trying to ‘right the wrongs’ that I have been through. And i would greatly appreciate the advice and support.

    I want to be a midwife because I feel passionately about women and their rights to their bodies. I feel I can support women through their pregnancy births and postnatally to have the most fulfilling experience possible in their circumstances.

    I want to help women have the amazing experiences I have had personally and also try to avoid the bad experiences and treatment I experienced. It’s a time in a woman’s life that we only experience a hand full of times and an unsupportive and misinformed experience can affect a woman for the rest of her life and I would never want a woman I care for to go through that. I want women to feel empowered and believe in their own abilities and their own decision making while ensuring that they and their baby are healthy and well informed.

    The physiology and psychology of childbearing is amazing to me I would go to work every day full of respect and admiration for the incredible process we go through as women to bring a life in to the world. I have personally seen the strength women find when they are sceared and feeling vulnerable in the midst of extreme love and happiness and I would feel honoured to be part of that on a daily basis.

    However i also understand that midwifery can also be heartbreaking when mum’s go home without their babies and with personal experience of this I have a very special and passionate interest in pregnancy loss and I hope that one day I can provide the care, support and love to women that i didnt get. Those fleeting hours a parent has with their child after birth are precious and I want every woman and her family to be able to make the most of that special time and create memories they will never forget or regret.

  7. Ilia Pearce

    I’m struggling get my personal statement within to character limit because I’m prone to waffling on ????.
    I think the personal statement school could help me to structure my personal statement and give me an idea of what does as doesn’t need to be included.
    The main reason I want to be a midwife started with my passion for standing up for the right of young mothers. I was a teen mum and having had some negative experiences from health professionals in my pregnancy, I wanted to advocate for them and get them the respect they deserve. There is a midwife in my area that works with young mothers, supporting them and giving them confidence. This is exactly what I’d love to do eventually. I feel like this should be available all around the country, too often young mothers are given up on before they even have a chance. These attitudes from health professionals will stay with them throughout pregnancy, birth and beyond. I could go on and on but I fear I’m waffling again ???? x

  8. Michaela

    I am struggling with the flow of my statement and trying hard not to make it sound like a list. I have so much I want to include but finding it hard to cut down and present in a flowing manner.
    I want to become a midwife because I don’t think any other job or profession is the same as a midwives and nothing compares. I find the whole concept of working with woman and their bodies amazing and pregnancy and birth is indescribable I cannot find the words to relate to how amazing I find it.

  9. Jen

    Hello!

    I’m struggling to even start my personal statement. I find it difficult to see my good qualities due to several knocks to my confidence and I need someone who will say “hey, that’s a great quality that you should be proud of!”. I’m also struggling to relate my transferable skills to midwifery.

    I think personal statement school will help to boost my confidence and my belief in myself whilst helping me to write an amazing personal statement. It will empower me just like a midwife helps to empower a woman.

    Why I want to be a midwife? I find pregnancy, labour and birth amazing. When I was pregnant I couldn’t believe that I actually had a baby growing inside me! The antenatal care I received was amazing and the midwives caring for me enjoyed teaching me about different aspects of pregnancy, things I would have never known otherwise! Unfortunately, I didn’t realise how much choice and control I had, I had a caesarean due to my baby being breech when in reality I wanted a vaginal birth. I want to be able to tell women that they do have a choice! I want to help women make an informed decision based on what is right for them. I want to be the person I wish I’d had, who had stood up for my right to make an informed decision, rather than scaremongering me into a birth that I didn’t really want.

    Thanks!

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