"Observation, Reason, Human Understanding, Courage; these make the physician."
― Martin H. Fischer
What makes a good physician?
Picture a doctor - this could be someone you know, a character from Grey's Anatomy or ER... What do you think of? Does this person pay attention to detail, think critically, work efficiently, show empathy? Being a doctor requires a multitude of traits necessary to care for others, each dependent upon the physician.
What kind of doctor do you want to be?
Critical Thinking Skills
“While the journey seems long and hard at the beginning, with perseverance and dedication, the rewards at the end last a lifetime.”
― William R. Francis, MD
How will you show your dedication to medicine?
The path to medicine is unique to the individual. Showing commitment to medicine means something different for everyone. There are so many opportunities for students to showcase their dedication and passion. You get to decide what experiences will shape you into the physician you want to be.
What path do you want to follow?
Testing Your Knowledge
Testing Your Willpower
Medical School Pre-requisites
Creating a Foundation of Knowledge
Average Cumulative GPA: 3.71
Average Science GPA: 3.64
Giving Your Time to Others
A True Test of Your Knowledge
Pushing Your Brain to the Limit
Testing Your Interpersonal Skills
Determining Your Interview Chances
LETTERS OF REC
Making a Name for Yourself
Your Time to Shine
Show Them What You're Made Of
“Medicine is only for those who cannot imagine doing anything else.”
― Dr. Luanda Grazette, MD
A seemingly simple question, yet paired with a complex answer. This is where it gets personal. Think about all of the memories, experiences, and "light bulb" moments that led you to pursue one of the hardest career paths this world offers. You could have chosen any career, but you chose medicine.
What inspired you to be a doctor?