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    making the difference

    Hi I have just sent my personal statement which begins with the expression "Making the difference" (Making the difference, everyday: this is what I am looking for, and is truly what a career in medicine is all about for me.")
    However, apparently you can also say "making a difference" (which from what I have seen on some websites is the most frequent way).
    I am already desperate... I bet I have written the wrong one on my personal statement and the admission tutors will bin it straight away!!!

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    Re: making the difference

    Quote Originally Posted by chriss
    Hi I have just sent my personal statement which begins with the expression "Making the difference" (Making the difference, every day: this is what I am looking for, and is truly what a career in medicine is all about for me.")
    However, apparently you can also say "making a difference" (which from what I have seen on some websites is the most frequent way).
    I am already desperate... I bet I have written the wrong one on my personal statement and the admission tutors will bin it straight away!!!
    Don't be depressed. :D Cheer up! Your personal statement sounds wonderful. It's OK.

    Making the difference IS ENGLISH. 8)

    All the best, :D

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