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    Gender Inequality in Medical School

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    stereotypes within medical schools and health institutions across America. For centuries women have faced the challenge of gender inequality within their medical education and profession. Different medical fields in schools, practices and institutions have different types of gender issues. For example, males are criticized for becoming to be a nurse, while women are seen as unequipped to become a doctor or surgeon. Despite advances in leveling out the gender pool within the medical field, the typical

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    any part is diseased? Here comes the part of science and technology to the rescue of the body. I was attracted by that thought and have a strong desire to be the part of it that is the reason I choose to study Medicine. From the 1st year of medical school I was attracted to Internal Medicine. I love to diagnose patients from their symptoms rather than to operate on human body. My liking toward Internal Medicine embarked from my clinical rotations in it. Every time when I saw patients with new diseases

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    It is the fall of 1998, I still remember that year vividly. I went to second grade in a public school close by my home in India where the teachers were unsympathetic and punitive. One hot summer day, the teacher called ‘Mathivadana’... wanting me to answer a math question because I could not give the correct answer she made me stand outside in hundred degree burning sunshine. It was just a few minutes before this new feeling took over - dry and foggy eyes, head twisting and turning and everything

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    On My Way to Medical School As I paced the long dim and silent halls of Floor 3, I breathed in that distinctive “hospital smell,” that one cannot even begin to describe or pinpoint. Looking down another long hall, I finally saw a doctor come out of the corridors briskly walking toward the waiting lounge where my family had been the past few hours. My grandfather anxiously stepped out to speak with the heart surgeon and for the first time in my life, I saw tears flow from my grandfather’s pale

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    Harvard Medical School

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    suitable Medical School for themselves. About 5,000 students will have the courage to apply to one of the most prestigious medical universities in the world, Harvard Medical School. Founded in September 19, 1782, Harvard Medical School was first established in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but now resides in Boston, Massachusetts. Located in the Longwood Medical Area, Harvard Medical School neighbors Massachusetts Institute of Technology as well as Massachusetts General Hospital (“Harvard Medical School”)

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    Through the Emergency Room and on to Medical School Thirty years ago when my parents left behind a comfortable life in South America to pursue opportunities that would truly change their lives, they had no idea they would be foreshadowing the recent events of my life. After working for two years as an engineer, I have realized something that I had suspected all along: I do not belong in the world of business or engineering. I need to be in a profession in which I can establish unique relationships

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    Admissions Essay - Medical School and Shopping My mom and I are the type of women who refuse to spend too much money for quality clothing. We are admittedly shopaholics. Our escapades can last for days and my mother always outlasts me! Well, always does not last forever. One day, my mother and I were on one of our short safaris. She had been complaining of headaches but, ever the trooper, she insisted we go (1-Day Sale, of course!). When we reached our destination my mother was dizzy and her

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    Medical School and Low Aceptance Rate

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    less than 300 students get accepted per year, depending on the medical school it can be less than that. If they raised their acceptance rate, more students would be able to go to medical schools, including myself. Since I want to attend medical school in the future, I have researched the acceptance rates and have seen that it is very low. I understand that is very competitive, but the way I see it, it is too extreme. Medical schools in California should increase their acceptance rate because of how

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    opinion, no other sentence is more vital to social interactions. Likewise, I cannot think of a better reason to pursue medicine than caring for others with the same passion one cares for themselves, or their family. In fact, motivation for attending medical school originally resulted from my family and an early appreciation of preventative medicine. My parents always emphasized the importance of family and the untimely deaths of my grandparents certainly added to their vigilance. Before I was born, my

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    American Needs a Medical School Application Loan Program For more than a year, a large part of my time has been spent applying to medical schools. I have dedicated much energy to prepare for and take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT), obtain multiple letters of recommendation from my professors, interview for a health professions committee letter of recommendation from my university, complete and submit the applications, and interview at various medical schools. Although this process

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