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MD Military Experience, PA in Afghanistan

April 8, 2016

Profoundly patriotic, I ask for acceptance to medical school despite the fact that I am already 35 years old, so that I might reach my fullest potential in the service of my country.  I have not always been as mature, serious, and determined as I am now.  I made a vow in Afghanistan before I left in…

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MPH, Public Health Systems in Saudi Arabia

April 8, 2016

A United States citizen, I have spent most of my life in my native Saudi Arabia where I earned my medical degree and have since been practicing medicine. I hope very much to continue my education in public health in America so that I might heighten my long term contribution to the health of my socie…

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FEMBA, Fully Employed, Technology

April 8, 2016

My rapidly developing understanding of technological developments, trends, and possibilities has resulted in my growing into a leadership position with my present employer, XXXX Technology Inc. I work with cross-functional groups of engineers and technicians, taking the lead in our development of st…

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MS Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, DNA, Saudi

April 7, 2016

 

I am writing on behalf of my application to study towards the master degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology because of my very favorable impression of your university, the thoroughgoing nature of your curriculum, infusing biotechnology with biochemistry and molecular biology, and the out…

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MPA Environmental Science and Policy, Chinese

April 7, 2016


What most distinguishes me from other applicants to your highly competitive program in Environmental Science and Policy Program at XXXX University is the fact that I am a Chinese survivor of the Japanese earthquake and subsequent radiation leakage. While I have no reason to suspect that I might ha…

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PHD Pharmacy, Applicant from India

April 7, 2016


I am a very determined student of pharmacy who is highly motivated to excel, always focusing on progress and constant improvement. This is noted, for example, in that while I only graduated with the top quarter of my class at the conclusion of my undergraduate studies in Pharmacy, when I completed…

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PHD CS, Electrical Engineering, Indian Applicant

April 7, 2016


I trace my fervor for innovation in the area of computer science and electrical engineering to that moment back in the early 1990s, when I was about 10 years old, and I saw my first cell phone. These novel and seemingly miraculous vehicles of communication were only making their appearance then in…

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PHD Anatomy and Cell Biology, Canada, Saudi

April 7, 2016


Now 31 years old, I am a young woman from Saudi Arabia who has been making her home in Toronto, Canada for the past year, working very hard at improving my English, in particular, so as to have the necessary vehicle of expression to excel in your program. At this very moment, I am fully immersed i…

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PHD African Studies, Law, Development Studies

April 7, 2016


The time that I spent at XXXX studying towards my LLM Degree, which I earned in 2009, were among the best years of my life so far, the vast intellectual stimulation, the sheer thrill of sharing ideas. I do not yet feel complete as either a professional or a human being in my work managing a law of…

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Residency in Pediatrics: Chinese Applicant

May 13, 2015

I was asthmatic from the age of five and was hospitalized on a number of occasions. I observed the world and the adults in it as only a child can. I could see that some doctors and nurses did their job but no more, they cared for me and the other children but other staff also clearly cared about me …

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Medical School, Korean ICU Nurse

November 16, 2014

 

I was a small, premature baby and, although my medical problems were not severe, they did involve frequent visits to hospital in my early childhood.  So I became used to the environment of a hospital and observed the staff in the way that only a child can. I saw that some nurses and doctor…

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Residency Diagnostic Radiology: Saudi Woman

November 14, 2014

I am a Saudi woman born in Canada, raised and trained in Saudi Arabia and now residing in Chicago. I hold a first class MBBS degree awarded by the King Abdul-Aziz University, Jeddah. My goal is to undertake a residency in Diagnostic Radiology, sub-specializing in Interventional Radiology, in Canada …

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DDS Admission Application, Asian Woman

November 13, 2014

What first fired my interest in dentistry was suffering an accident two years ago that resulted in a fractured jaw. I required extensive oral surgery and became interested in the work undertaken to repair the damage done. During the process, a close relationship developed with my surgeon and I have …

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PHD Economics, Latin America & China

November 6, 2014

My language skills—near native in French, advanced intermediate Spanish, and several years of German and Chinese—are only matched by my dedication to the studies of economic development, especially in Latin America and China. I look forward to dedicating my life to the study of sustainable economic …

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Master’s Linguistics, Applicant from Ghana

October 29, 2014

In my home country it is not at all unusual for a pupil, who is excelling in their work, to be asked to assist in teaching their fellow pupils. As a pupil who did excel and who was, indeed, usually top of the class throughout my school career, I had considerable experience of teaching and also at un…

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MBA Business Administration, Medical

January 6, 2013

Growing up in a traditionally Saudi family, I pursued a career in which a woman would be afforded a greater amount of respect and mobility within the community. Dentistry was an excellent outlet for my compassionate nature, and I excelled in the sciences and mathematics. Even as a little girl, I alw…

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MS Computer Science and Engineering, Canada

January 6, 2013

For over ten years, I have stayed on a direct course to computer science and engineering in my education and in my work. More than this, growing up in Iran and going for undergraduate education in Computer Science, I knew that with each new day of research and study I would be getting closer to brin…

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Medical Residency in Anesthesiology

May 17, 2012

As I approach the end of my medical school education, I find that my thoughts often shift away from the formal material that has been my life for over three years. I have spent countless hours learning anatomy, conceptualizing physiology, practicing physical exam skills, and developing differential …

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Accelerated MSc, OT, Occupational Therapy

March 28, 2012

Occupational Therapy (OT) is a logical progression for me as a person as well as for my career. Whilst performing work as a Home Care Assistant for Service Users in their own homes, providing personal care for the elderly and the disabled, I came to realize that my contribution was more than just fu…

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Residency Pathology, Psychogenic

July 20, 2011


Why has been a primary motivation since I can remember, from the time I first became interested in the workings of the human body to the present, as I stay current with changes in medicine as a family practitioner. Growing up I found human anatomy and physiology fascinating. The first year of medi…

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