I tried to attach George Washington and rochester pdfs... Alas.. to big.
This is UCLA - 2003 I think
Describe a problem in your life. Describe how you dealt with it and how it influenced your growth.
What is the one most important honor you have received? Why do you view this as important?
What has been the one most important volunteer work you have done and why was it meaningful?
What has been the most unique leadership, entrepreneurial or creative activity in which you participated?
Describe involvement in one non-academic activity that has been most important in your life.
A question from Vandy
In addition to preparing you to be an excellent physician, Vanderbilt is committed to educating leaders and scholars in clinical practice, basic research, clinical research, education, and health policy. Describe any skills or experiences that have prepared you for one or more of these broader missions.
1)Please indicate what you are doing during the 2001-02 academic year. If in school, list 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.
Please use this section to write an essay in which you discuss your interest in Yale. You may also use this to bring to the attention, info not discussed elsewhere, if you feel it is important to understanding your application.
1. Please list the years of any previous applications to Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
2. Is any member of your family a student or a graduate of Saint Louis University School of Medicine?
3. On another sheet of paper, please type the following:
a. If you are not a full-time undergraduate student during the 2003-04 academic year, please describe your current activities.
b. If you have not already written this on the AMCAS application, please describe briefly the reasons why you want to enter medical school. You may also make any other statement you wish to the Admissions Committee. Please do not send videotapes, cassettes, or other bulky materials.
4. Have you ever been convicted of a crime other than a minor traffic violation or juvenile offense?
5. Were you ever the recipient of any action (e.g. dismissal, disqualification, suspension, etc.) by any college for: (1) unacceptable academic performance or (2) conduct violations?
6. Have you read and do you understand the academic and technical standards described on the medical school Web site found at http://medschool.slu.edu/admissions/
and can you comply with those requirements?
7. Please date and sign this form.
1)Have you ever discontinued attendance at or been dismissed from any school or college? (400 chars)
2)Describe briefly how you selected your undergraduate school and major area of study: (900 chars)
3)If you have already received your bachelor's degree, please describe what you have been doing since graduation, and your plans for the upcoming year. (700 chars)
4)If you interrupted your college education for a semester or longer, please describe what you did during that time. (700 chars)
5)List any academic honors or awards you have received since entering college: (600 chars)
6) List Employment Experience(7lines): Employer,position,hours/week,start,stop
7)List your major unpaid extracurricular activities, hobbies, interests, and travel following entrance to college, and indicate your degree of involvement(12 lines):Activity,position,hours/week,start,stop
8)Briefly describe your most rewarding experience or some achievement of which you are particularly proud: (900 chars)
9)Are there any areas of medicine that are of particular interest to you? If so, please comment: (1100 chars)
10)List letters of recomendation.
1. What satisfactions do you expect to receive from your activities as a physician? (2484 CHARACTERS.)
2. In what collegiate extracurricular activities did you engage?*
3. Please list collegiate honors,awards, and memberships in honorary societies*
4. About how many hours per week, if any, did you spend in work for which you were recompensed during the college year?*( 207 CHARACTERS.)
5. What sort of work did you do (include summer employment)?* (1104 chars)
6. If your education has been interrupted for any reason, please indicate briefly the reasons, the duration of the interruption and how your time was spent. (1311 CHARACTERS)
7. If you have additional information that you would like to include with your application, compose a document offline in a word processor and upload it here.
1) Describe the extent and sources of your knowledge of LLUSM.
2) What makes LLUSM particularly attractive to you?
3) What traits make you a desirable candidate for admissions to LLUSM?
4) This school is a 7-Day adv. School. The curriculum integrates ethical and relational issues from Christian perspective into the practice of medicine. Weekly services are part of this program. Please respond to the above as it relates to your personal educational and career goals.
5) Describe your relationship with that church or religious group.
Northwestern ( Theirs changed though... I think)
1. SPECIAL PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS - Develop a profile of a ?good? physician. Choose descriptive attitudes and behaviors you think a physician should possess. How closely do you fit the profile? (The boxed space can contain approximately 400 words.)
2. CAREER INFLUENCES - What processes have you used to explore your commitment to a career in medicine? Describe in detail your evolution of thought and discovery experiences that led to your decision. Be specific.(The boxed space can contain approximately 400 words.)
3. YOUR INTEREST IN NUMS - Why do you want to attend Northwestern University Medical School? What contributions will you make to Northwestern University Medical School? (The boxed space can contain approximately 300 words.)
1) AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
This should be a true autobiographical statement. Topics to be included are family, childhood, primary and secondary school years, early adult years, and future career goals in medicine. You should also discuss the motivational factors which led you to a career in medicine including any disadvantages or obstacles which might put your accomplishments into context. A repeat of your AMCAS statement will not be acceptable. DO NOT EXCEED THE SPACE PROVIDED FOR THIS PURPOSE(no more than two pages long) Use a font size or pitch which is easily readable.
Duke (some changes though)
a) had an essay question about medical ethics...
1) In the adjacent space, please provide us information on the most important community service/volunteer activities in which you have been involved. Please indicate your role, the length of time that you were involved, and the number of hours/week, if applicable, that you participated. How has participation in these activities impacted your preparation for a career in medicine?
2) Among the service activities that you listed on your AMCAS application, in which activity did you feel that you truly made an impact on someone else? What was the impact on you?
3) Each student brings strengths and weaknesses to the medical school class. How might your own experiences or lack of experiences, strengths and/or weaknesses, advantages and/or disadvantages contribute to the makeup of next year's class? How have these impacted your personal development and how have they contributed to your preparation for a career in medicine?
4) In the adjacent space, please provide a list of your honors and awards. Indicate the one(s) of which you are proudest and why.
5) Please provide a chronological list of your work experience while in college, or subsequent to your graduation, if applicable. Please indicate the length of your employment, number of hours worked/week, and your exact job title.
6) Have you participated in or conducted investigative research? If so, please describe below. If you have published or are listed as an author on a publication or a manuscript in press, please provide the title, authors, and name of journal.
9. Briefly describe (50 words or less) what you are doing if you are no longer a fulltime student:
10. Briefly describe (100 words or less) any health-related experience and/or research experience (volunteer or employed). Also, indicate the time and frequency of your involvement.: (Note: If you have had experience in several health-related areas, list each with a very brief description. Or, you may choose the most meaningful experience and describe in more detail)
11. Briefly discuss (100 words or less) any special interest(s) attracting you to Emory.
[Please note: If you have a relative or close acquaintance who attended Emory, please indicate your relationship to this person and the school within the University (e.g. Medical School) they attended.]"
Vermont (never changes... yet)
1. Names and populations of towns and cities you have lived in:
2. Activities since completion of the AMCAS application:
1)What do you consider a valuable experience?
2) describe how you have dealt with a personal or academic problem you have encountered.
3) How did you reach your decision to enter medicine?
4) What self-education, research, or independent scholastic work have you undertaken and what do you feel you have accomplished in this work.
5) If you will not be enrolled, what will you be doing?