Posts tagged med school acceptances
How I Got Accepted to University of Arizona College of Medicine

Francisco is a rising MS1 at University of Arizona College of Medicine. Today he shares his thoughts on his medical school acceptance: “I looked for other places where I did get that feeling that I was doing something very meaningful. Once I did that, I truly grew as a candidate for medical school because I was gaining these experiences that I could write and speak about with passion.

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How I Got Accepted to Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine

Cara is a third-year medical student at Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harrogate, Tennessee. After not getting accepted to medical school the first time around and being waitlisted the second time, Cara shares her advice on perseverance and resilience while applying to medical school.

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How I Got Accepted to Texas A&M College of Medicine

Sebastian was accepted to Texas A&M College of Medicine as a sophomore in college. His advice to other pre-meds? “Be very resilient and trust in yourself. Try to accept challenges and go through college not for the grades, but for the knowledge.”

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How I Got Accepted to Wayne State University School of Medicine

The one thing that I would say is: do everything that you do 110% but don’t do a million things 110%, AKA don’t be the jack of all trades and king of none. Quality over quantity. Pick a few things that you are working on, that you are passionate about, and put your all into them because that is how people will notice you.

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How I Got Accepted to George Washington University School of Medicine

Originally from Wellington, Florida, Marissa Mangini graduated from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a B.A. in philosophy and a double minor in chemistry and biology. She is now currently in her third year of medical school at The George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences

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How I Got Accepted to Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine

After my [own] experience in the hospital, I started looking into the osteopathic approach to medicine because mind, body, and spirit care are intertwined. When I was a patient, that had really hit home with me. I felt most cared for when a physician was addressing all three aspects. So I chose to pursue training that would equip me to do the same with my patients.

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