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    who would and wouldn't be accepted to medical school because of my firm belief I was put on this earth to be a doctor. Realizing it would be impossible to bring my B+ average up to an A average in one year, I saw the Medical College Admission Test as my newest challenge in life. The test, which was known to its past and future victims as the Med Cats, was a standardized test that theoretically measured aptitude for the study of Medicine. The test was a day-long, "multiple guess" examination, divided into sections that included: science, mathematics, vocabulary, and general knowledge. The Med Cats became the new specter that promised to lurk…

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    The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is the standardized test required for entrance in to medical school all applicants in allopathic (M.D.), osteopathic (D.O.), and podiatric must take the MCAT. It is also accepted as an option for some veterinary and allied health school entrance. The MCAT tests the mastery of basic biology, chemistry, and physics concepts, problem solving requiring the integration of these disciplines, critical thinking, and writing skills in the medical field. The use…

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    individual for a tougher medical school learning process. Therefore, the pre-health requirements in college are essential for building a thorough candidate for the medical field. This knowledge of how a medical school candidate is formed will inform others of the hard work students must face for success. Pre-health requirements encompass three major aspects that consist of the science courses, the MCAT exam, and the medical school application process. Science courses in the pre-medical plan are…

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    help from others, I should pay it back by doing charity. I realize that my life story is not solely based on the popular American dream. The high-quality education in the US makes me heartily appreciate the opportunity that I have been given. The more grateful I am, the more concerned I become when I look around and see countless people suffering. It is not all about achieving my American dream or surviving this winner-takes-all game anymore, I, on the other hand, passionately want to know the…

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    much about Kate that I never knew. This two-hour conversation humbled and encouraged me. I want to show that Kate is a compassionate, intelligent, and persistent woman. As far back as Kate can remember, her dream job was to become an orthodontist. She hated her braces so much that she wanted to find a way to make them more bearable for others. Even at a young age she was still hoping to better the people around her. As she grew older, her thinking started to change. In high school her goal was…

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    are a list of things that I can do in life. It also take time to find who you are. It may take time for others, but once you find something that you will love to do. The best thing to do is to work for it and if it is not what you plan it would be. Well, there will be another journey that you will go through and that just makes you grow as a person. My love for math and science all started in elementary school then later on in life I lost the love for it. I felt that it learning science wouldn’t…

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    program for successful, college-bound African-American and Hispanic students. To Jozina, Gateway was an opportunity to seize—the first step onto the path that would take her to success. But it took up a lot of time from the things she enjoyed most, like her academics or her leadership roles in the community. The speakers at the program told Jozina everything she should do to get ready for college: develop a list of potential colleges and universities, take the SAT or ACT or both, apply to the…

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    attend college in order to become qualified for a successful future career. In today’s society, attending a top-rated university or Ivy League institution is seen as the ticket for embarking on such a path. Yet because these programs are so competitive, the application process has become unnecessarily devastating, involving extensive test prep, unending academic pressure, exhaustive hours of extracurricular activities that may or may not earn a student an impressive mark of distinction, and…

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    exposure to online pharmacies that sell home tests for diagnosing a medical disease, on people’s attitudes and behavioral intentions. ‘Online pharmacies’ are Internet-based webshops that sell medical products to individual consumers for use at home (e.g., http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_pharmacy)‘Home diagnostic tests’ are tests that one can use independently, i.e. without a prescription, supervision or intervention by a health professional, to diagnose a medical disease or disease risk…

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    Study hard, get a good job, and make money. This is the modern American dream and a set of principles that were enforced by my mother at a young age. It is easy to get distracted and choose a career path solely for the pay, I am guilty to have done so in the past. More specifically, I dabbled in the medical field, but realized that it did not align with my interests. Additionally, I am very squeamish and cannot stomach many of the tasks that medical school requires. I realize now that if you…

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