Secondary Database

UC Riverside School of Medicine Secondary

Here are UC Riverside School of Medicine’s secondary questions.


2018-2019

1. Describe the single MOST important event or non-academic activity in your life and explain why it’s significant.

2. What activity or accomplishment are you MOST proud of?

3. What experiences or activities have prepared you to work with medically underserved communities?

4. Please list any Scholastic Activities that you have been involved with (including honors and awards)

5. Describe a major problem you have had to deal with at some time in your life. Include how you dealt with it and how it influenced your growth.

6. Is there any specific hardship to which you would like the committee to give special attention in evaluating your application? Please briefly explain below. (Include any geographic, language, economic, academic, physical, or mental factors.)

7. What kind of health care setting do you envision yourself working in?

8. How do you see yourself contributing to the mission of the UCR School of Medicine?

9. PERSONAL STATEMENT: Your personal statement from the AMCAS application will be used in our admissions process. You do not need to duplicate it here. At your option, you may use this space to provide any further information you may want us to consider in addition to the AMCAS personal statement. THIS IS NOT MANDATORY.

10. If you click Yes for disadvantaged student -> Describe the manner in which your experiences demonstrate your understanding of, and commitment to, underserved communities . Please limit your response to 250 words

2017-2018

Has your education been continuous since graduation from high school? (yes or no, explanation if no)

Activities:

  • Describe the single MOST important event or non-academic activity in your life and explain why it’s significant.
  • What activity or accomplishment are you MOST proud of?
  • What experiences or activities have prepared you to work with medically underserved communities?
  • Please list any Scholastic Activities that you have been involved with (including honors and awards)

Personal:

  • Describe a major problem you have had to deal with at some time in your life. Include how you dealt with it and how it influenced your growth.
  • Is there any specific hardship to which you would like the committee to give special attention in evaluating your application? Please briefly explain below. (Include any geographic, language, economic, academic, physical, or mental factors.)
  • What kind of health care setting do you envision yourself working in?
  • How do you see yourself contributing to the mission of the UCR School of Medicine?

All of the prompts are 250 word limit

PERSONAL STATEMENT: Your personal statement from the AMCAS application will be used in our admissions process. You do not need to duplicate it here. At your option, you may use this space to provide any further information you may want us to consider in addition to the AMCAS personal statement. THIS IS NOT MANDATORY.

Activities:

Good luck to everyone applying!

2016-2017

All essays have 250 word limit

Describe the single MOST important event or non-academic activity in your life and explain why it’s significant.

What activity or accomplishment are you MOST proud of?

What experiences or activities have prepared you to work with medically underserved communities?

Describe a major problem you have had to deal with at some time in your life. Include how you dealt with it and how it influenced your growth.

What kind of health care setting do you envision yourself working in?

How do you see yourself contributing to the mission of the UCR School of Medicine?

PERSONAL STATEMENT: Your personal statement from the AMCAS application will be used in our admissions process. You do not need to duplicate it here. At your option, you may use this space to provide any further information you may want us to consider in addition to the AMCAS personal statement. THIS IS NOT MANDATORY.

2015-2016

Describe the single MOST important event or non-academic activity in your life and explain why it’s significant. (250 words)

What has been the single MOST unique leadership, entrepreneurial, or creative activity in which you participated? (250 words)

What has been the single MOST important volunteer work you have done and why was it meaningful? (250 words)

Have you received any honors while in college? (250 words)

What is the MOST important honor (one) you have received? Why do you view this as important? (250 words)

What has been your MOST scholarly project (thesis, research, or field of study in basic or clinical sciences or in the humanities)? Describe one and give number of hours, dates, and advisor(s). (250 words)

Describe a major problem you have had to deal with at some time in your life. Include how you dealt with it and how it influenced your growth. (250 words)

Is there any specific hardship to which you would like the committee to give special attention in evaluating your application? Please briefly explain below. (Include any geographic, language, economic, academic, physical, or mental factors.) (250 words)

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? What experiences have led you to this goal? (250 words)

What is the most important health care issue confronting disadvantaged communities and what would be your first steps to address this issue? (250 words)

Your personal statement from the AMCAS application will be used in our admissions process. You do not need to duplicate it here. At your option, you may use this space to provide any further information you may want us to consider in addition to the AMCAS personal statement. This is not mandatory.

2014-2015

Describe the single MOST important event or non-academic activity in your life and explain why it’s significant. (250 words)

What has been the single MOST unique leadership, entrepreneurial, or creative activity in which you participated? (250 words)

What has been the single MOST important volunteer work you have done and why was it meaningful? (250 words)

Have you received any honors while in college? (250 words)

What is the MOST important honor (one) you have received? Why do you view this as important? (250 words)

What has been your MOST scholarly project (thesis, research, or field of study in basic or clinical sciences or in the humanities)? Describe one and give number of hours, dates, and advisor(s). (250 words)

Describe a major problem you have had to deal with at some time in your life. Include how you dealt with it and how it influenced your growth. (250 words)

Is there any specific hardship to which you would like the committee to give special attention in evaluating your application? Please briefly explain below. (Include any geographic, language, economic, academic, physical, or mental factors.) (250 words)

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? What experiences have led you to this goal? (250 words)

What is the most important health care issue confronting disadvantaged communities and what would be your first steps to address this issue? (250 words)

Describe the manner in which your experiences demonstrate your understanding of, and commitment to, underserved communities . Please limit your response to 250 words (250 words)

2013-2014

Describe the single MOST important event or non-academic activity in your life and explain why it’s significant. (250 words)

What has been the single MOST unique leadership, entrepreneurial, or creative activity in which you participated? (250 words)

What has been the single MOST important volunteer work you have done and why was it meaningful? (250 words)

What is the MOST important honor (one) you have received? Why do you view this as important? (250 words)

What has been your MOST scholarly project (thesis, research, or field of study in basic or clinical sciences or in the humanities)? Describe one and give number of hours, dates, and advisor(s). (250 words)

Describe a major problem you have had to deal with at some time in your life. Include how you dealt with it and how it influenced your growth. (250 words)

Is there any specific hardship to which you would like the committee to give special attention in evaluating your application? Please briefly explain below. (Include any geographic, language, economic, academic, physical, or mental factors.) (250 words)

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? What experiences have led you to this goal? (250 words)

What is the most important health care issue confronting disadvantaged communities and what would be your first steps to address this issue? (250 words)

PERSONAL STATEMENT: Your personal statement from the AMCAS application will be used in our admissions process. You do not need to duplicate it here. At your option, you may use this space to provide any further information you may want us to consider in addition to the AMCAS personal statement. THIS IS NOT MANDATORY.

 

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