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    After graduating high school my plan is to go to a four year college. I hope to attend either Wake Forest University. While at college I want to study pre-medical education because after pre-medical school I wish to attend medical school. I want to study this because every since I was a little kid I have always wanted to do something in the medical field, recently I have narrowed it down to either a doctor or a surgeon. I have always wanted an occupation in the medical field because I absolutely love helping people and caring for people when they do not have anyone. I want to study at one of these schools because their medical programs are equally phenomenal. They both have great teaching hospitals and more branches of hospitals throughout North Carolina. It would truly be an honor to go to one of these schools and be in their medical program. I like how these programs are greatly appreciated and honored for a lot of medical advancements and much more. I have had some experience in the medical field and so far I have a passion for it. In the summer of 8th grade I interned at Conover Nursing Home and I loved it so much, I go back…

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    just slapped me in the face and made things worse. I met with a UNM academic advisor, and I would say that I do not particularly like him because he made me question myself as to why I am even going to school and he basically made me feel like I would not be able to succeed as a pre-med student. I got offered a transfer scholarship and a grant from UNM; the catch is that I have to be enrolled in 15 credit hours there and I cannot use a consortium agreement, which basically states that I am…

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    My Pre-Medical Career

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    downtown at the bars, I am in my room studying. This is the life of a pre-medical student. Being a pre-medicine major and a student of the process of becoming a doctor, I have seen and lived what a difficult undertaking this major is. Though I am only in my third year of the process, I have learned a great deal about what goes into being a pre-medical undergraduate as well as how to be a successful medical school applicant. During schooling,…

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    Pre-Medical Field Studies

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    roduction: Medical field is very broad field providing a lot of opportunities for those who wants to become a doctors and physicians. Therefore, pre-medical students have a big range to choose what to pursue as physician. Becoming a physician needs to have a good plan to go through medical school processes. As an undergraduate, I plan to take part in researching the effect of drugs on the human metabolism. It has been a difficult decision for me to choose the best suited field of study as an…

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    old medical encyclopedia of my grandmother’s. Little did I know, I would read this book day after day, eventually leading to the discovery of my chosen career path. From that summer on I knew without a doubt that I wanted to become a doctor. I finished high school with great enthusiasm as I knew next fall I would begin my first collegiate steps to fulfill my dreams of becoming a physician at the only university I could imagine attending: the University of Alabama at Birmingham. When fall of 2015…

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    According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a boss is, “a person who exercises control or authority.” In the Phi Delta Epsilon (PhiDE) International Medical fraternity New York Delta chapter, the bosses of the potential new members are Sylvia Ayoub (Vice President Recruitment), Christina Walker and Jordan Moass (Recruitment Chairs). On wanting to join the pre-medical fraternity, we were to ardently follow and abide by the rules and standards set by the recruiting VP and chairs. Of the rules,…

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    Penn State: Pre-Medic al/Medical Program Application Questions Describe one non-academic activity during your high school years that has been most meaningful to you. Since I was seven, every Saturday my family would go to the tennis courts together and hit around. It became our way of bonding and spending time with each other. During my younger years my dad, who played tennis when he was younger, coached me and taught me how to hit my basic ground strokes such as backhands and forehands. As I…

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    At the University of Rhode Island I have had the pleasure of working in a pharmacology and toxicology lab for a year with Dr. Angela Slitt. My original plan coming into the university was to pursue a pre-medical degree that I would then turn to a medical degree. However, now that I have had the experience to take courses as well as my experience in Dr. Slitt’s lab I now know that a career in pharmaceutical sciences in right for me. The thrill of obtaining pertinent data to a proposed theory is…

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    your baby's lungs mature faster. Your health care provider may recommend that you take one low-dose aspirin (81 mg) each day to help prevent high blood pressure during your pregnancy if you are at risk for preeclampsia. You may be at risk for preeclampsia if: You had preeclampsia or eclampsia (high blood pressure with seizures) during a previous pregnancy. Your baby did not grow as expected during a previous pregnancy. You experienced preterm birth with a previous pregnancy. You experienced a…

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    After watching the movie "A Beautiful Mind" i learned a wide range on how critical thinking can take form in many quiet and sneaky ways and just how important it really is. This movie would be very helpful to a student of Critical Thinking because of those reasons. It shows the hit/effect critical reading has with a practical example and shows how it can affect us in or day to day lives and how much we can benefit from thinking critically and how much we can loss by having a "dull" mind. In the…

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