Disadvantaged Student Status

Providing a "free ride" through dental school all expenses paid is done for the sake of justice with respect to access to dental education. Those applicants who have had the odds stacked against them economically and educationally through simple lack of opportunity, those who have gotten this far against those difficult odds, these are the applicants who are awarded the disadvantaged status. Education to the DDS Degree all expenses paid is a great privilege; thus, their are many applicants, less than half of which are accepted due to limited funds and space. A highly articulate disadvantaged status essay is of central importance to your chances of getting this award. I would be happy to review your information free of charge when you fill out my interview form.

The American Dental Education Association allows you to apply to dental school as a disadvantaged student. In addition to answering a series of questions from a pull down menu, you are also allowed to submit a special essay that builds a case for your disadvantaged status. For many students from backgrounds with limited family resources, providing this information is an extremely smart thing to do, as it might greatly reduce the expenses that you will occur in dental school.

Many dental schools appreciate the fact that some applicants have overcome obstacles on the path to their goals. You are welcome to provide any information and describe any background experiences that may have put you at an educational, social, or economic disadvantage as you prepare to apply to dental schools. Many dental schools seek to identify applicants who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. If you identify yourself as disadvantaged, you will need to provide any additional information about your background that can help clarify your disadvantaged student status (4,500 characters).

You are also asked to provide a brief description of your childhood residence (250 characters).

It would be an honor for me to assist you with making these two essays as eloquent and effective as possible. This might well prove to be a very smart investment on your part. It would probably also be wise if you should decide to use my service for your Personal Statement in addition to your Disadvantaged Student Essay since the two documents should have very similar writing styles.

It appears to be the case that the most common issue shared by visitors to this page of my site is whether or not it would be worth the time to go to all of the trouble of identifying oneself as a disadvantaged applicant and submitting this extra essay material. For this reason, I have placed a blog and a chat room here for those who wish to share opinions concerning what qualifies one as 'disadvantaged' and who should make the effort to apply as disadvantaged, and who should not.

Disadvantaged Status for Dental School Chat Room

All of the Statement samples on this web site were written more than 2 years ago and all are anonymous.

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Disadvantaged Student Status Essay, Professional Writing and Editing Service

I have been helping applicants to Dental School with their Disadvantaged Status essays for well over a decade. Some of them have written to thank me again after they were selected to let me know how much they appreciated my help by articulating their story and circumstances in an eloquent fashion that aptly highlighted the great obstacles that they had to overcome in order to get where they are today.

Helping applicants who are originally from all over the world, in many cases growing up on two continents, always to families of very humble resources, immigration and language challenges, personal and family tragedy, this has caused me to reflect on the way in which there are many reasons why an applicant can qualify and be awarded disadvantaged status.

Professional Personal Statements in Dentistry

I help dentists and students of dentistry from all over the world to be selected for admission to advanced education programs.  I weave your ethnicity, travels, language and professional experience into an eloquent portrayal of the best that you can be and the contributions that you look forward to making to the underserved. I especially enjoy working on behalf of those clients whose stated long term goals represent a significant contribution to the progressive enrichment of humanity.


I am not available to speak with you on the telephone because I simply do not have time to do so; most importantly, I need your information in text form. If I tried to take information for a dozen different clients on the telephone, I would end up confusing them, mixing up their stories and it would be a disaster.

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