Medical Personal Statement

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My journey all started when my parents asked me what I wanted to become when I was 5 years old. It used to be cyber café owner, policeman, firefighter, and entertainer. They never forced me to look into medical or health related fields. I believe it all started when I entered elementary school in Korea. I vividly recall the incident on the first week of school when one of my classmates vomited on the floor and I was the only one cleaning and ambulating him to the health office. As I came to the United States and entered high school, I became highly interested in medical related subjects and enjoyed learning science courses, but I was not sure if I could succeed due to my citizenship. However, the issue I had never stopped me from pursuing health career path, …show more content…
After talking to Ronald at the health fair at my college, I was astonished by the program that LECOM can provide for students. Not only will this help me to become better candidate for medical school, it will give me much in depth understanding what I need to prepare to become a physician. Looking at the curriculum, the program seemed to be the program for those with low GPA to apply and become a doctor. The idea of maintaining professionalism is very intriguing and is what I personally think important for the students pursuing in medicine. Lastly, I chose this program because LECOM is encouraging the students to continue to research and educate themselves on their journey in medicine throughout. If I were to get accepted for the post-baccalaureate program at LECOM even though I may be lacking in GPA and other aspects I am aware that the program will be difficult and challenging, but will also be very rewarding and unforgettable experience. And with LECOM, I hope to succeed in becoming a physician that I always wanted to be and be part of the alumni network of the

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