Aspirations experiences or relationships have motivated you to study in the eight-year Rice/Baylor Medical Scholars Program?
What aspirations experiences or relationships have motivated you to study in the eight-year Rice/Baylor Medical Scholars Program?
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*Outside of academics what do you enjoy doing most?
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*Describe the most difficult adversity you have faced and describe how you dealt with it.
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When I was six years old I cheated death. I had eaten half a full bottle of Flintstones Vitamins. When my mother found out the color drained from her face. Panicking she asked how many vitamins I had eaten. I just stood there smiling and blatantly lied “I only ate two.” Angry she burst into tears and called 911. I stood there confused because I did not understand why my mother was so concerned but happy because I had eaten all of my favorite purple vitamins.
At the time I was unaware of the consequences to my actions but my mother knew exactly what could have happened. However when the pediatrician in the emergency room reassured my mother that I would be fine she calmed down. I was amaze that a complete stranger could show so much compassion and confidence to calm both my mother and me. This memory stayed with me and when I think about what I want to do with my life I am hopeful that I can become a pediatrician who helps an ailing child and a vulnerable parent cope.
I have always been fascinated with science and loved children. In my high school anatomy class when other students did not want to dissect the cat I was the one to pick up the scalpel and make the first cut. Despite the depth and rigor of this course my interest in science never dwindled or faltered. If anything being challenged fueled my desire to better understand and simplify the complex world we live in.
Class trips to museums and conducting research over the summer participating in advanced seminars introduced me to new scientific topics and solidified my desire to focus my education towards biological science. Moreover my love for children progresses each time I babysit and supervise children as a volunteer for volleyball kiddy camps. Because of these experiences I eagerly anticipate balancing my passion for science and helping children into a profession that can ease the fear of a parent and child when the child’s health is compromised.
Complete the following in your paper:
Analyze how the economic concentration in the area you chose was influenced by competition and pricing.
Analyze how the economic concentration in the area you chose influenced the supply chain.
Analyze which of the 4 factors of production were the most and least important in determining the economic concentration of the area you chose.
Predict changes you anticipate for the area of economic concentration you chose. Support your predictions.
Consider the resources provided and other academically appropriate sources. The use of charts and tables to illustrate data is highly encouraged.
Cite at least 2 academically credible sources.