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41 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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  5. Danielle,

    Coming across your blog has been a true inspiration during a time in my life that i needed it the most. I have been wrestling with the idea of Re-Applying to PA school after 1 failed attempt, and the fear I felt just thinking about embarking on that journey again paralyzed me for a whole year. I can honestly say that at this very moment I no longer feel terrified, I feel motivated to again continue on my journey and reach my dreams that I have been working so hard to achieve! I know my son will one day be proud of me, and thanks to you I know I am not alone trying to reach a goal that seems unattainable some days. Thank you!

    - Nancy

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    1. Hi Nancy, your message just completely made my day!!!! So happy I could inspire you and I wish you nothing but the absolute best on your journey!

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  6. Hello Danielle,
    I just read your narrative and it simply brought tears to my eyes! I am a 55 year old chiropractor( black male) scheduled to take the April 2018 MCAT's. Continue the fortitude and momentum as you finish your medical journey in becoming a physician. Please keep in touch.
    Daniel

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    1. Sorry I'm so late seeing your comment, but I hope the MCAT went well. Wishing you the absolute best on your journey! Please continue to show people that it's never too late to pursue your dreams. We need more black men in medicine!

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  7. hello what masters program do you recommend for someone that is in the same boat as you once were, < 3.0 gpa...Im applying this cyle for my first time in hopes I will get in somewhere, if it does not work out Im thinking an SMP or Masters, not sure what is the best bet. preferably I would like to do a 1 year masters program and matriculate right after completion

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    1. Feel free to check out this post where I discuss the pros and cons of both a masters and SMP degree: http://www.aspiringminoritydoctor.com/2014/07/post-bacc-smp-or-another-degree-whats.html

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  8. Hello MDoctor!
    I want to congratulate you on your successes and encourage you to keep on the path you are traveling. I liked your blog very much--found it while perusing medical blogs as I reenter the blogosphere arena again with my successful blog, StorytellERdoc.
    My very best!
    Jim Kocjancic
    StorytellERdoc.blogspot.com

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    1. Always good to find another blogger, and thank you for the congrats :) Best wishes as you re-enter the blogosphere!
      - Danielle (aka Proud D.O. Doctor)

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  9. Hey there! I found you on Instagram and loved reading your stories. You inspired me to create my own blog. Would you mind passing along mine as well? "The Aspiring Neuropsychologist." www.aspiringneuropsychologist.com

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  10. Hi! I'm Thirty-one years and I have one son. I willing to work hard to become a doctor because it's my goal and I love to help people. What advice can you give to me as someone starting from bottom. Your story is amazing and it gave me hope.

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    1. Glad you found me! Best advice is to keep pushing for your dreams and don't let anyone tell you it can't be done. Wishing you all the best on your journey!

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