Explain your future aspirations and goals, and why you want to pursue the PMPB program at California Northstate University.

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Explain your future aspirations and goals, and why you want to pursue the PMPB program at California Northstate University.

Explain your future aspirations and goals, and why you want to pursue the PMPB program at California Northstate University.

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Question Description
In 250-500 words, please explain your future aspirations and goals, and why you want to pursue the PMPB program at California Northstate University. Also explain why you are interested in this field and what preparatory work (classes/research/ volunteer) you have completed that has further stimulated your interest and reinforced your conviction that you are well suited to this field. Feel free to share more details from your life (including voluntary and/or work experience) that might help the Admissions Committee better evaluate your application

Below is an essay that I wrote 2 years ago when I applied to a Caribbean Medical school. Please, read, edit it in relation to the above question. Please, keep in mind of the word count. I am basically applying to a post baccalaureate program to better my GPA, MCAT scores and overall medical education.

Background data: 33 y/o male, married with 2 kids. RN since 2015.

Personal Statement

I am enthusiastic and eager to become a doctor to keep people alive and safe. Nurses are part of that process, but to be a doctor is my calling. When I was eleven years old, science was my best subject, therefore, I developed an interest to become a doctor. My high school admission officers once asked me if I was still interested in studying science. Before I could answer, my brother convinced me to pursue a degree in business because “science is difficult”. Without thinking about my future, I mistakenly accepted pursuing business major. After 3 years of high school, I realized my dream of becoming a doctor was unattainable.

My friends and family members would asked me what I plan to become and I would ignorantly reply, “I want to be a doctor”. I say ignorantly because in Ghana, where I was born and raised, you cannot become a doctor if you do not study science in high school.

I excelled and gained admission in University of Ghana to study Information Studies, Philosophy and Study of Religions. I spend more time to research if I still have a path to become a doctor in other countries. My research paid off when I travelled to America in the summer of 2008. On my way back to Ghana, I sat next to Dr. Randy, the Director of International Admission at Midwestern State University. He informed me that American medical schools require a bachelor’s degree, including a few science prerequisite courses regardless of your high school program.

My determination to become a doctor became feasible and my interest grew stronger. After almost three and a half years in college, I moved to America to start over and become the doctor my heart so desires.

I faced numerous trials and tribulations as I attempted to make my dream a reality. For instance, I was a J-visa holder who could not obtain admission into an American university. I had no family support in America and little money. Nonetheless, I never quit.

One fateful Sunday, my pastor asked me why I’m not in school. After explaining my situation and what I intend to become, he gave me advice that has made me who I am today. He told me that it would be extremely difficult for me to become a doctor because I will not be able to work whilst in medical school, I will not qualify for financial aid or private loans since I was neither an American citizen nor a permanent resident, and I would need to finish my bachelor’s degree and medical school prerequisites first. He then advised me to work hard to change my status to a permanent resident and enroll into a nursing program, reason being that colleges will accept me if I am a permanent resident and I can still work full time job whilst in nursing school. After completing the nursing program, I can take my prerequisite courses for medical school.

After doing some extensive research, I realized that the pastor was right. I discovered that it will take an enormous amount of time to become a permanent resident. I was very desperate to start school again. So I called Dr. Randy and he gave me admission into his school even though I was not yet a permanent resident. I pursued nursing major. The tuition was an estimated $5,000 per semester. I received an Honors program scholarship because of my high GPA. Regardless of the scholarship, I still need to work two full time jobs in order to pay my bills and tuition.

Throughout my five-year bachelor’s program, I have worked two full time jobs. Over time, my

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