Personal Statement in Medicine
The beginning of my strong interest in medicine is a desire that has developed in to an ambition for my career ever since I was a child. So, I begun to do volunteer services in evergreen hospital in the year 2007 to 2009, and still I used to go to New Orleans to aid people who were suffering in Katrina disaster and during my free time I used to do some service and this granted me an award for completing three hundred hours of community service. This participation gave me the unique chance to express my many talents while benefiting these people and I believe that my capability to help and communicate to these people made me suitable to pursue a medical career, whereas I have the well-built science background needed for success in the profession.
I significantly advanced and developed my communication skills since I was continually meeting new faces and discussing various topics and I learned to be not merely a good communicator but also a tremendous listener. Certainly, my cultural diversity will be a vast involvement to the medical school of Caribbean island, being raised in India and now living in United States I have experienced the resemblances and dissimilarities among various diverse cultural groups and geographical areas. Therefore, this allows me to link various types of people by understanding their means, norms, and beliefs, thus enabling me to gain quality that will assist me work well with other medical students and aid me to serve mu patients better in the future.
The reason why I applied for the medical school of Caribbean is that due to my investigation it is a medical school with time-honoured history. Nevertheless, as I investigated deeper in to my work I have increasingly become aware that the status quo of medical school of Caribbean has much to be desired and quite prominent among its counterparts in the field. I am particularly attracted by the school’s powerful educational resources their payment is less, vivacious, and intellectual atmosphere and inclusive curriculum.
I have been industrious in my pursuit of medicine as a career because I am in no doubt that medicine provides me a chance to live a rewarding, worthwhile life dedicated to serving others. I will enter medicine enthusiastic to learn and longing for the knowledge to assist my fellow people. Attending medical school in Caribbean would be one of the utmost rewards for my inspiration and perseverance for success and I pledge to sustain and go beyond all that is expected of future and to make life more meaningful.