by admitwrite · 2016-07-05
Applicant: Indiana Jones Writer #2 Indiana Jones
It is my pleasure to prepare a committee letter with packet in support of the entry of Indiana Jones into medical school. During the past eight years I have served as Indiana's preKhealth professions advisor during his completion of undergraduate degrees in biology and chemistry.Indiana and I met frequently during this interval, and I am quite familiar with his aptitude for science and medicine. Indiana has a strong academic record (his overall OPA is currently 3.48),and he has done quite well in biology and chemistry courses. Indiana was selected to serve as a science tutor for preKnursing students, and I was told by a School of Nursing staff member that Indiana was an effective teacher and had a very good rapport with the students. Indiana was also recruited by the LU departments of Biology and Chemistry to serve as a tutor, and this is an indication of his mastery of the material as well as his interpersonal and communication skills. I received considerable feedback concerning the physiological research Indiana carried out during Summer 2007; Indiana's mentor was impressed with his intellect, attention to detail, and ability to effectively discuss science topics. Indiana has the academic preparation necessary for success in medical school. Along with his intellectual accomplishments, Indiana possesses a striking level of integrity and a profound work ethic. Indiana seems to be a particularly conscientious individual, and my only concern is that Indiana is too thoughtful at times when a spontaneous decision may be desirable.I have often thought of Indiana as being a particularly selfless person, and he has a sincere interest in the provision of community service. He spent the summer of 2007 serving as a youth advocate, and during his involvement Indiana mentioned several times that his work with the children provided a considerable amount of satisfaction. Indiana's personality is genuine in a way that should instill comfort and confidence in his patients. Indiana's health care experience includes work with underserved groups in two states. In order to improve his ability to work with SpanishKspeaking patients, Indiana spent a semester in Spain that involved the completion of university courses taught in Spanish. Indiana's discussion of his shadow and volunteer opportunities indicate that he is fairly well informed concerning health care delivery in both rural and urban areas, and he has displayed an impressive ability to adapt to new locations and situations. I place Indiana in the top 50% of the past decade's premedical students from our institution.