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11 comments:

  1. Hey Danielle, Good for you. I am glad to see you inthe door to reach your goal to become a doctor. Great attitude and philosphy, 'good things take time'. Rama

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  2. You are an inspiration! I am a non-traditional student and Army veteran working completing a second degree in biology/health science. I worry about not ever being accepted to medical school, but your blog and all the other friendly folks on the old premeds and SDN site keep me inspired. I look forward to reading more about your medical school journey. Also, congratulations! Rey

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    1. Thank you, Rey! And I think most of us have or have had the worry of never being accepted into medical school. I'm living proof that it's possible, even if it takes a little longer than what you want it to be. Best of luck to you on your journey, and thank you for taking the time to read my blog :-)

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    2. Hey Rey be sure to put USUHS, the military medical school, on your list.

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    3. Yes! I completely forgot about that! Just be aware that with USUHS you have to commit to 7 years of active duty after graduation. Also, if you're still involved with the military I believe you'll need an approval letter.

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  3. I am so inspired by your story I want to attend pcom in philly but i have a 3.5 with repeats . The masters programs there is nice but I don't want to attend and then I don't end up matriculating into the school.

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    1. My GPA was a whole lot lower than yours even with repeats. Don't let one little aspect of your application stop you from pursuing what you want to do in life.

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  4. WOAH! I have been contemplating on starting a Youtube channel to do everything that you are doing with your blog. I am also a single mother and I have had such a tough time continuing my education. I want to give up on my bachelors now (and this is my "senior year")...leaving medical school as a hopeless dream of mine. I have not looked around this site just yet but stumbling upon it has brought me to tears. There ARE people like me who understand what I am probably going through. For that I thank you! Will definitely be giving your site many visits!!

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    1. I'm so glad you found me! Wanting to let single mothers and nontraditional students know that there were people out there like them was a major reason why I started this blog. Please do not give up on your dreams, because it is definitely possible to succeed. Wishing you all the best!

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    2. And you should definitely start that Youtube channel :-)

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