Interview A Medical Doctor Essay

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For my report, I decided to interview a medical doctor. I currently volunteer at the UCLA Ronald Reagon Medical Center which was easy to contact a physician. I was able to set up an interview with a 4th year pediatric resident. The process in setting up the interview was easy and right away. We met in the elevtor and asked if I can interview her for school and she agreed. She was going to have lunch in an hour and said if we can meet up during her lunch time, in which I agreed. We exchanged numbers and then we met up for lunch outside in the hospital’s patio, next to the cafeteria. I recorded her responses on my phone instead of writing them down. That made my life simple and easy, same as for her. I decided to interview a physician …show more content…
Now on to the questions I asked. My first question was what did she majored in and why? Answer: I majored in Biochemistry and minored in English. I loved chemistry since high school and always wanted to major in the science area. Once I started taking AP Biology, I noticed that I was also a developing a love relationship with biology. I love chemistry and biology so I combined them both and ended up with biochemistry. I wanted to study the chemical side of the world as well as the biological side. Second Question: What made you decide to go to medical school? Was medical school in your plan after graduating? What medical school did you go to? Also, what college did you recivie your bachelor’s degree? Answer: I went to UCLA for my bachelors and MD. I actually did not plan to apply to medical school at all! It was a deceision I made in the very very very last mintute. I encourage people NOT to do that! I had a hard time studying in the last mintute. Trying to cram everything so I can take the MCAT in the spring almost killed me. Students should start studying around their sophomore year. Get all the help you can and USE your resources. As I said before I was not planning to apply to medical

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