Medical School Personal Statement Admission Essay by Quality Writers

Medical School Personal Statement
An admission essay to the University of Toronto's Medical School.
# 105505 | 1,037 words | 0 sources | 2008 | US

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This paper presents a personal statement and admission essay to the Medical School of the University of Toronto. It describes the writer's choice to pursue a career in medicine and how it was shaped by a combination of family history, his lifelong fascination with human biology, and his knowledge of how profoundly emotionally rewarding it can be for medical practitioners to make a positive difference in the lives of their patients. The paper discusses each of these aspects in detail.

From the Paper:

"Finally, it must be said that my decision to apply to study medicine at the University of Toronto has been influenced by the renown and reputation of its faculty, and its success in producing medical practitioners of the highest calibre. My determination to meet the high standards of your institution led me to retake my MCAT so that I was satisfied with every aspect of my performance, and feel that it accurately reflects my knowledge and skill set. I also believe that my lifelong interest in human biology and physiology, and the knowledge gained as a consequence of these years of interest and study, also render me a strong candidate for medical studies at your institution. To all of these factors must also be added the invaluable life experience and insights into the challenges and emotional rewards of medical practice that I have acquired through learning from my grandfather's and my father's examples. Their dedication and commitment to their patients and their work have inspired me to continue their legacy of care through pursuing my own career in medicine."

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