Founded in March 2012 by two Saint Louis University medical students and a University of Chicago certified editor, Edityour L.L.C. is a company with a simple mission: We help students improve their application essays and personal statements without breaking the bank. Writing about yourself is notoriously difficult. Whether you are working on an application for medical school, dental school, residency, or any other program, at some point the personal statement or admission essay is a necessity. That’s where we come in. We offer professional editing services at a great price as well as tons of free writing advice in our blog. So whether you are looking for a professional eye to refine your personal statement or just trying to reverse your writer’s block–you’ve come to the right place.
Who We Serve
Our services will help applicants of any program by making your personal statement shine. However, the majority of our customers fall in the medical professions.
- Medical 85%
- Non-Medical 15%
Meet Our Team
We're excited to get to know you through you personal statement. It's only fair that you get to know us.
Ben Frederick MD
I know how difficult it can be to write a fantastic personal statement. As a new physician and long time student, I’ve had to do it many times. In conversations with my medical school classmates, the most frequently overheard comment was “I have most of my residency application done, but I can’t finish up my personal statement.”
I was lucky enough to know a freelance editor who helped me develop my personal statement and I turned it into the highlight of my application! I want to make that experience easily available to everyone by putting your writing into the hands of a skilled editor at a great price.
Peter Anaradian MD
Writing was never my strength. When I decided to become a physician, I knew I could tackle the demanding course work, but I also knew I needed help with my personal statement in order to get into medical school. I was fortunate to have a friend who was the editor of a local newspaper and helped me develop my personal statement. It turned into the highlight of my application!
Unfortunately, many students don’t have such a connection. My hope is that I can help other students experience what I felt when a seasoned writer showed me the way – a huge sigh of relief. I want to make that experience easily available to everyone by putting their writing into the hands of a skilled editor at a great price.
As a certified editor, working with words is not just my career, it’s my all-consuming passion. While working as a writing consultant at Truman State University’s writing center, I helped countless students struggling with their personal statements, so I know how stressful and difficult it can be to write about yourself.
EditorIt wasn’t until my own essay got me into my top choice business school that I realized just how powerful words can be. As a former newspaper editor, I’ve gotten the chance to write and edit thousands of articles and essays. Through edityour.net, I have the opportunity to help others achieve their career goals through great personal statements.
As a professional editor for the past 6 years, I’ve helped businesses and individuals to market themselves clearly and effectively. It’s a true privilege to help our edityour.net customers tell their stories in meaningful ways and I look forward to working with you!
I cringe when she sees signs reading “Low Prices Everyday” at the grocery store or “Loose Weight Now!” at the gym. When I find mistakes such as these, I long to take out a red felt-tipped pen and start editing.
As the editor of a newspaper, I proofed thousands of articles on a tight deadline. My passion for editing led me to teach a class on the subject at my alma mater, Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, Calif. I’m confident my skills as an editor will help you follow your passion as well.
Victoria Hubbell PHD
I started teaching when I was eighteen and never stopped. Perhaps it was just something I was made to do, because I so enjoy watching students progress and learn. Currently, I am on a sabbatical from Stephens College, where I have taught Composition and Literature since 2008.
Professionally, I am the author of one published book and numerous essays and short stories. I have won awards for my work both in teaching and writing. But my biggest thrill still comes from seeing one of my students hit that “Eureka!” moment. I look forward to sharing that time with you as well.