Biological/Biomedical School: Personal Statement

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My academic goals after I graduated from UC Irvine is to achieve a higher education beyond a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Sciences. I have set going to dental school as a primary goal after graduating. My goal is to eventually obtain a D.D.S (Doctor of Dentist Surgery) degree. Working towards a specialty is an interest that I am very curious in pursuing; however, as of now becoming a general dentist is my main goal. What factor(s) made you interested in studying in the Biological/Biomedical School: A combination of several factors sparked my interest in the health care field. As a young child, I was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, a rare blood disorder in which the bone marrow fails to produce blood cells and platelets. After witnessing my doctor treating me and other patients, I just know that a career in the healthcare field would be a job I would enjoy. I enjoyed seeing how my doctor could help others and be greatly admired by his patients. Even though I want to get involved somehow in the health care field I was still undecided if becoming a hematologist like my doctor was the ideal profession for me. In the …show more content…

I am the youngest in my family, but I am also the only child in my family to attend a 4-year university. I value education and I work diligently to do the best I can in anything I commit myself to. Although my parents do not demand much from me, I put the pressure on myself because I want to make them proud and have a better future for myself and for my family. My parents never had the opportunity to chase their dreams; however, I have the support of my family and the funding from this country to pursue my dreams. I understand the road to my aspirations is not going to be easy, but I am committed to dedicating the necessary time and

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