So much has happened since my last post almost one month ago. Here's are some updates: The P-MAP program began on May 15 with a three week Histology course. We studied tissue and cells (normal and abnormal) from all twelve systems. It was fast paced, covering one system per day. That course ended last Friday. … Continue reading School Updates
I attended the P-MAP orientation program on Friday. It was very informative and I was impressed by the support we receive in the program. It's obvious that the faculty wants us to succeed. We met with many people, including the directors of P-MAP, the Cellular and Molecular Medicine program and medical school admissions and some of … Continue reading Orientation
It's been well over a week since my last post. I've been pretty busy with work and filling out scholarship apps, which is a full-time job in itself but worthwhile, considering how expensive tuition is. I thought my undergraduate tuition was pricey but I was flabbergasted when I saw my tuition costs over the next … Continue reading MCAT blues
I blogged about my P-MAP acceptance in Accepted pt. 1 and Accepted pt.2. My journey to get to this point has been a long, winding pathway with many blind turns. I've always had an attraction to medicine. When I graduated from high school, I applied and was accepted into a nursing program but didn't do too well due … Continue reading Accepted pt. 3
Earlier this month, I was accepted into the Pre-Medical Applicant Pathway program (First blog post-Accepted) or P-MAP, a twelve month master's program whereupon completion, I will receive a Master's of Science in Cellular and Molecular Medicine and matriculate into UofA's medical school. The application process was rigorous. It took me about a month to complete … Continue reading Accepted pt.2
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