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    Most Expensive Medical Schools in US Medicine schools remain the first choice of many bright and ambitious students. For the convenience of future doctors, the following list comprises of ten most expensive medical schools in US based upon tuition and fees. These costs exclude accommodation, books and other miscellaneous costs. Irrespective of their high costs these schools in the US receive the highest applications every year from all over the world for admissions. Tufts University ($61,436) This

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    Medical School Goals

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    would be to get accepted to medical school and to graduate from medical school. Specifically, my top three medical schools that I would love to go to would be Oklahoma University Medical School, University of Colorado School of Medicine, and Oklahoma State Center for Health Sciences. To be honest though my top three are the places I would absolutely love to go to, I would gladly take a medical school that would accept me. Currently my plans for a specialty in medical school is endocrinology or immunology

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    Getting into medical school is intense and getting harder. Medical schools are searching for the best personalities and most decided and inspired college students. They are searching for candidates who have shown interest and capacity to work with individuals and meet individuals. It takes an exceptional individual to try and long for a career in medicine, and it takes diligent work and duty to entering medical school today. About a large portion of all applicants are acknowledged, and more than

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    My journey to medical school began after my junior year of college when I spent a summer volunteering at a HIV/AIDS clinic and orphanage in Kpando, a small village in rural Ghana. The orphanage was set up by the virtuous son of a tribal leader and a Peace Corp volunteer as a safe place for the abandoned children of those plagued by the stigma of HIV. When I arrived to Kpando, I was promptly informed to refrain from mentioning HIV to the staff or children. In this deeply superstitious culture, HIV

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    Succeeding in medical school will require a tremendous amount of perseverance and passion. No one gets into medical school without demonstrating perseverance and overcoming the challenges that occur throughout the journey. I have persevered through being denied admission during a previous application cycle and throughout difficult coursework while pursuing a master’s degree. Not only did I overcome the challenges that I faced, but excelled academically, at my job, and in extracurricular activities

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    Medical school tuition is reputable for being expensive and a risky investment. Although the tuition price can range from various medical schools, the price of each school should be consistent for individuals. Unfortunately, the illusion of a meritocracy proves evident when comparing the medical debt of students from differing racial/ ethnic backgrounds. These articles explore the hypothesized reasons as to why Blacks and Whites have higher rates of medical school debt, in contrast to Asians and

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    cut to one of America’s finest private medical school. Ranked 23rd in the nation by U.S News, Emory University’s School of Medicine, resides in Atlanta, Georgia-is widely known for it’s prestigious research opportunities, intimate class size and diverse community. As Atlanta’s first medical school dating back to 1854, Emory School of Medicine is now home to 560 students who plan on taking over the world one white coat at a time. Getting into Medical School is avery lengthy process, a GPA of 3

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    complexity of the human body. The curiosity for its functioning and potential dysfunction led me to medical school and allowed me to successfully complete my training at the University of Brescia In Italy; far away from my family, fending for myself, learning a different language, living in a different culture and studying without help. Despite the challenging journey and a demanding medical school schedule, I

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    Medical school has been a life long dream of mine, but what sets me apart from others are the lessons learned within my life experiences. The first steps of this dream occurred when I was 8 years old having just arrived to the United States. Ms. Cole was an energetic and caring third grade teacher, who introduced me to a computer, painting and how to take care of a fish, but most importantly the idea of becoming something I want to be. I made friends and overcame the language barrier with her support

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    every single tool to make my way smooth toward my goal. I worked hard, stayed focused and got admission in medical school. Being a medical student was more interesting than what I imagined before going to the medical school. I found medical sciences dynamic and versatile. I studied well and enjoyed every single aspect of my life at the medical school. On the last day of my 4th year in medical school, I received a call from my brother about my nephew. My nephew lost consciousness due to vomiting and dehydration

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