COLUMBIA 1. Please describe your parents’ occupations: (250 char. ) 2. If your first and last name is often mispronounced, how do you pronounce it? (250 char. ) 3. Have you previously applied to P&S? (Yes/No) If yes, briefly summarize your activities since your previous application: 4. If you took time off from your undergraduate studies, please briefly summarize your reasons for doing so. (250 words) 5. In what collegiate extracurriculars did you engage? (250 words) 6. Did you work for compensation during college during the year or the summer? YesNo.
If so, what did you do? How many hours a week did you work? (250 words) 7. If you have graduated from college, please briefly summarize what you have done in the interim. (300 words) 8. What challenges do you expect to arise from living and working in a complex urban environment? How will you meet them? (250 words) 9. Is there anything else you would like us to know? (300 words) DARTMOUTH 1. Please indicate your plans for the 2012-13 academic year. If in school, please list your courses. If working, let us know something about the nature of your job.
2. Please share with us something about yourself that is not addressed elsewhere in your application and which could be helpful to the Admissions Committee as we review your file. HARVARD D. If you have already graduated, briefly (4000 characters max) summarize your activities since graduation. E. If there is an important aspect of your personal background or identity, not addressed elsewhere in the application, that you would like to share with the Committee, we invite you to do so here. Many applicants will not need to answer this question.
Examples might include significant challenges in access to education, unusual socioeconomic factors, identification with a minority culture, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity. Briefly explain how such factors have influenced your motivation for a career in medicine. (4000 character maximum) DUKE Describe the community in which you were nurtured or spent the majority of your early development with respect to its demographics. What core values did you receive and how will these translate into the contributions that you hope to make to your community as a medical student and to your career in medicine?
What is the most significant moral or ethical dilemma that you have faced in your life (excluding instances of academic dishonesty involving another person)? Describe how you dealt with and potentially resolved it, including beliefs, resources, individuals, etc. How did this dilemma and its resolution change your life and what, if any, impact will this have on your future as a health care provider? What has been your most humbling experience and how will that experience affect your interactions with your peers and patients? The curriculum at the duke university school of medicine is unique and academically challenging.
Please describe how the duke curriculum is well-suited to your learning style and how it will serve your long term career objectives. There are 3 optional essay topics: Giving Back To Your Community: What is the value of giving back to your community? Is it a more important attribute of a physician than of others performing other roles within a community? How Are You Misunderstood: What are people most likely to misunderstand about you and why? Toughest Feedback: What is the toughest feedback that you ever received? How did you handle it and what did yo