Ever since I was a little girl my dream was to grow up and be a doctor, and i still have that dream. My choice of major is Biology: Anatomy and Physiology to later go on to medical school and become an ER physician. I feel like I have always been push to be a doctor and that is why I just ended up really getting into it more and more as I grew older. I actually grew up with a variety of people in the medical field including my mother, which is when I truly realized that science and the human body fascinated me. I was ten when my mom decided to become a Medical Assistant (MA), and she would always take me to her classes with her and i remember I was just always so mesmerised by the idea of the human body.
Second paragraph: About my college major Many people have chosen different career majors in the medical field, I chose Medical Assistant because like I said I enjoy helping others. Before choosing this career, I found information about it, from what classes are required for this career, the steps to take to become a Medical Assistant,and many more questions that I had. The first question I had asked myself was, What is a Medical Assistant? A Medical Assistant is an allied health professional that supports the work of physicians and other health professionals, usually in a clinic setting. They are four easy steps to do to become a Medical Assistant.
During my junior year of high school, I changed my mind on what I wanted to go to school for. Being a veterinary technician is an exciting job, you are always on your feet doing something, whether it being giving routine shots or assisting during a surgery. I chose to do my PREP Project on veterinary technology so that I was able to get an inside look into what I wanted to pursue, to make sure that it was the right choice for me. In May of 2015, I called the Beckwith Veterinary Hospital in Modesto, California and asked them if any of their veterinary technicians would be able to be my mentor. They told me to call Lori Rivera.
Murray is not arguing that the four year degree is completely useless for everyone, instead he insists that the four year degree works for people who want to get a liberal arts education. He claims that students who want a liberal arts education are the minority. Murray asserts that the best way to prove a worker is competent for a job is by “treating post-secondary education as apprenticeships for everyone” (Murray 8). My goal in my life is to become a clinical geneticist. In order to become a clinical geneticist, I will have to obtain my four year degree in a biological science, attend medical school for four years, and then finish a six year residency.
After high school, I attended the University of Montana where I was certain that I would spend my time there pursing the pre-med path and finish with a degree in human biology but that wasn’t the case. My transition from my home in Vancouver Washington to Missoula Montana was a tough one. I was challenged just not only an academic level but also on an emotional one. My academic career was faltering at UM and before then, I had never truly experienced failure, it was an eye-opening experience and one I am very thankful for, but I realized that I needed to come home and reevaluate my goals and the career that I wanted for myself. That being said, I was able to learn a lot about myself and the type of person that I want to be, and I knew for certain that I wanted to stay in the sciences regardless of the institution I was attending.
By the end of my freshman year of high school I knew this was now something I wanted to pursue and took every academic and shadowing opportunity I could to ensure this. Upon graduating high school, I enrolled at the University of Oklahoma with a clear-cut idea of what I wanted to pursue. I declared a major in biology and began my academic career. During this time I was able to continue shadowing, but experienced a slight set back. Like many individuals, it took me some time to adapt to the college lifestyle and my GPA suffered from that.
I was exposed to the basics of various processes and administration by following international publications and other online resources. Through further self study I got to know about the process of approvals from relevant food & drug administration and the laws and standards that regulate the manufacturing, packaging marketing and advertising of different pharmaceutical products. It was then that I chose to pursue my graduate program in Pharmacy administration , as this would provide me the opportunity to achieve my goal of working for a reputed Indian pharmaceutical company in the administration department after completion of my education. I do believe that I am geared up to take up this challenging program at your esteemed university. During the four years of my undergraduate studies my academic performance has been consistently high, and my faculty members and peers have appreciated my passion for learning, my analytical skills, my perseverance, attention to details and never to say die
According to an article done by Study.com you must take biology, chemistry, anatomy, physiology and physics to achieve this degree. These classes are not only essential to getting into medical school but also to help with the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT). The MCAT is a test that shows how much you know about the medical field and if you are “smart” enough for medical school. All my college life will be is taking any opportunity I can to get above everyone else. Medical school is very competitive so I will need a close to perfect GPA with a great MCAT score.
Ever since I was about 8 or 9 years old I always knew I wanted to be something in the healthcare field. I knew that I was interested and fascinated by the human body and wanted to learn more. I was always exposed to the healthcare field because my grandmother was CNA and my great grandmother was a registered nurse. So growing up around them I learned a lot of medical things. When I finally got to middle school and it was my 8th-grade year and we were planning for 9th-grade year, that was where I finally decided that I was going to enter the health science academy at the high school I would be attending.
This is the most diversity in the medical field that I have experienced, even including being an intern in the operating room at UHS Binghamton General Hospital. During the winter semester of 2015, I took an online medical anthropology class that truly opened my eyes to the fact that there are cultural differences in the medical field. This class inspired me to learn more about the cultural differences so that I can become a culturally competent physician like Dr. Tafler. Upon taking this class, I decided to become a biological anthropology minor, therefore, I have taken multiple classes that demonstrated the differences across cultures, including biologically. The semester I am currently in, fall 2017, I am enrolled in an anthropology course called Community and Public Health, where we learn about public health policies, as well has how health and medicine differ between different races, ethnicities, and communities.
My goal is to use the college credit I will receive by passing the AP Calculus Exam and use it towards my undergraduate degree, which I hope to use to apply to medical school and become a doctor. Due to the nature of my goals, I know I must become accustomed to studying and taking extra measures to succeed academically. I will take advantage of all my resources, including my books, the internet, and my mentors. This will help me reach my goal of going to medical school. In ten years, I hope to graduate medical school and be pursuing my residency, putting my knowledge to practice in a local hospital.
My chosen degree program at Kaplan University is a bachelor’s in health science. I chose this degree program because I am an aspiring physician assistant(PA). I chose this field of study because I have always been inspired to provide service to my community. My mother was a police officer and my father worked as an EMT. I did not choose their specific fields; however, I chose something that I knew fit me.
Like a stalker, I researched Forensic Pathologists online, I found a Pathologist online, and told him about my passion and how I wanted to become a Forensic Pathologist and asked him for guidance in my journey. He sent me a pdf file of a list of things I needed to know about the different kinds of pathology, the level of education and the importance of a Pathologist. His document also mentioned that most Pathologist were old Caucasian men because of the many years it takes, most women decides to do something else. This statement motivated me more and I made up my mind that medicine was not a choice but a must. I not only wanted to help the dead victims, to be their ears, eyes and mouth and to save lives but I wanted to encourage other females to never give up on their