Question for a practicing D.O. or D.O. med student...

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  1. JayJayEPT

    JayJayEPT UTHSCSA c/o 2012!
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    Hi, I'm currently applying to a couple of osteopathic schools. I just completed the secondary application for TCOM and was wondering if someone could take a look at my essay for this part of the application before I submit it. Basically they wanted me to explain the concept of osteopathic medicine as I understand it. I've done my homework yet I'm still pretty new to this area of medicine. I really don't want to post it (for fear of others using it) so if anyone can PM me I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
     
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    There are people in the pre-osteo forum who volunteer to read personal statements. Find one who is a current student and I am sure they would be willing to take a look at it.
     
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    Your sig quote was actually in my 1st draft of my med school PS few years back ... until the pre-med advisor told me to scrap it :thumbdown:

    2nd favorite quote, btw.
     
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