No problem, but I’m not sure I have much to say that isn’t already known:
1. Don’t make your personal statement into a detailed CV. If you’re going to talk about an accomplishment already written on your resume, make sure it’s an outstanding one that ties in well with the theme of your personal statement (which should either be your motivation behind going into your field or the virtue you possess that makes you perfect for whatever position you’re applying for).
2. If you’ve had any hitches along the way, talk about how you’ve learned from your mistake and how you’ve grown since then. Don’t try to defend your mistakes. Instead, turn everything that’s happened into a positive light.
3. Sell yourself in a way that makes you seem particularly suited to wherever you’re applying for. If you’re proud of your ability to communicate well, give examples of how you’ve utilized your skills and how having that skill makes you a stronger candidate.
Also, if you can wait until the 30th when I finish taking my two day Step 3 exam, I wouldn’t mind proof reading your personal statement for you! If your deadline isn’t coming up soon, feel free to message me again after the 30th.
Best of luck!