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CRNA, 6 years ICU Experience, Ukraine

August 4, 2017


I have wanted to become a CRNA since my first clinical rotation as a nursing student in the Operating Room in Reno, NV. Most attracted to the autonomy, professional respect, financial stability, and privileges of service that are accorded to the CRNA, I hope very much to be selected to earn my sec…

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DDS, International Dentist, Indian Applicant

May 1, 2016

My father is a dentist and I was a frequent visitor to his office from my earliest years. This family connection to dentistry positively had an influence on my choice of career but I wanted to be sure before making a final decision carefully as I considered dentistry along with some alternatives. I …

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MSN, ARNP, Patient Care, Community Nursing

April 18, 2016

Patient care is my life and my community is the center of my world. I am a nurse who lives in a small town in Florida and many of our doctors are getting old and retiring. Immigrants move through our area, often in need of health care, with many not receiving it. I hope to be accepted to and complet…

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Master’s Education, Communication Disorders

August 14, 2015

When teaching pre-school children, I became aware that communication problems in children are much more common than I had suspected that there are insufficient trained people to deal with the situation especially in a bi-cultural setting and that the failure to offer effective and early intervention…

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MA International Affairs, Women of Central Asia

May 8, 2014

I want to prepare myself for a lifetime of service in the struggle for the liberation of the women of Uzbekistan and other Central Asian republics, helping them to organize, protecting their human rights. Women are very oppressed in my country of origin and Colombia can provide me with the intellect…

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MD, Medical School, India

January 10, 2013


Growing up in India, my father was a government employee, and I led a fortunate life, one that gave me insights into the lives of the children around me, India’s have’s and have not’s.  We never forget our defining moments, turning points in which we are irrevocably changed.  The Indian government…

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Medical Residency Neurology, Saudi Arabian

January 9, 2013

For the past seven years, I have maintained a conceptual continuity in my medical academics and professional career, an unswerving path to a Neurology Residency assignment and ideally a subsequent Fellowship.  I am eager to increase my exposure to multiple sclerosis (MS) cases, its management, a…

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MSN, Masters Nurse Anesthesia, CRNA, Asian

January 9, 2013


As a girl growing up with one Thai parent and one Vietnamese parent, mostly, I looked after my mentally challenged little brother.  The care, love and attention I gave him came from my heart, and was a daily responsibility I took on without hesitation.  He needed me, was relying on me, and I was t…

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PHD, Public Health, African-American, Epidemiology

January 3, 2013

I have reached a point in my professional and volunteer career where I feel I will quickly exhaust every avenue of promotion and challenge at my current academic level.  Moreover, in order to bring my personal and professional plans to fruition, I will need to immerse myself in a rich academic p…

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MPH, Masters Health Management and Policy

January 3, 2013

The seeds for my academic and career paths were planted at a very tender age. Indeed, summer vacations found me wearing my school uniform, so reminiscent of a nurse’s uniform, and going to work with my mother, a district nurse.  In reality, my mother’s example as a compassionate care provider instil…

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Residency Pediatric Dentistry, Bangladesh

December 30, 2012

For almost a decade, I have worked as a medical professional in dental medicine.  While dentistry is my career and my chosen path, pediatric dentistry is my passion - where my heart lies.  I have found that my earliest experiences in southern Bangladesh have impressed upon me the need to address the…

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MA Philosophy, Mexican American

December 30, 2012

My first choice for graduate study towards the Ph.D. degree is at XXXX University for a variety of reasons.  I am especially interested in studying 20th century continental philosophy especially phenomenology and post-structuralism, and several professors in your program are experts in this area.  I…

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DDS, Dental School, American Applicant

December 28, 2012

Since my father has been a practicing dentist in Rhode Island for the past 28 years, since the year I was born, I have had constant exposure to the practice of dentistry throughout my life. I am especially proud of the fact that he has always provided care for people irrespective of their economic s…

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Medical School, Chiropractor, Hispanic

December 27, 2012

My path to and fascination with Chiropractic medicine began in the most unlikely of places, namely the football field of my high school.  As a football player, the physicality of the sport was a playful extension of what I would later come to enjoy in my work, namely kinesthetic work, and hands-on e…

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