I am a young Asian-Indian woman 21 years old who lives in Texas and wants to study towards becoming a doctor in your program at XXXX University. I have already enjoyed extensive professional exposure to the healthcare setting, diseases, symptoms, and, most importantly, patient care and well-being. I have gained a great deal of precious experience from my studies in nursing and employment experience, making me a strong candidate for your Pre-Medical Program. I want to work towards becoming a doctor in your program because this is my lifelong dream and represents the most significant goal of service to others to which I can aspire. I look forward to a very rigorous eight months of arduous study and an opportunity to prove myself as a valuable and hard-working student in the eight months of preliminary research leading up to entry into the Basic Sciences Program and then Medical School. I am especially pleased to report that I have taken courses in Human Anatomy as part of my nursing training. I am looking forward to classes in Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Cell Biology, and Medical Terminology.
Over the last couple of years, I have had the privilege of working as a nurse's aide for various periods at the XXXX Hospital in Houston in Medical/Surgical, ER, Dialysis, PACU, L&D, and the Newborn Unit; XXXX Medical Center in Humble, TX in Medical/Surgical, OR, Endoscopy, and Pediatrics; XXXX Hospital in Cleveland, TX in Medical/Surgical; XXXX Clinic in Humble; The XXXX Clinic in Kingwood, TX; the Houston XXXX Clinic, and the XXXX Hospital in Woodlands in Medical/Surgical and X-Ray. Since graduating from high school, I have been studying at XXXX Colleges. I am graduating this month, August 2007, from XXXX's Licensed Vocational Nursing Program. The Medical University of XXXX is my first choice for continuing my studies because it strikes me as the perfect place to find the right tools to help me live my life happily and fulfill my dreams of working in health care education. I am exceptionally fascinated with healthcare education and preventative medicine.
I heartily support the idea that learning is a lifelong process, and I want to continue always learning new and helpful tools in preventative medicine and health care. Becoming a medical doctor has always been my dream. I began with small steps to help prepare myself, starting as a nurse's aide, then a medication aide, and now a vocational, registered nurse due to—Online courses. My central goal in life is to complete medical school.
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