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Profile and Perspective for Ehren Dueweke                  Viewed 22792 times

General Information
Name:Ehren Dueweke
School:Medical College of Wisconsin
Graduating:2010, MD degree
Gender:Male
Marital Status:Single
Scholarship:None
Nontraditional:No
Second career:No
Posted:8/21/2006
Contact prefs:You may contact me.

Pre-Med Info
Pre-med:Chemistry, Kalamazoo College
GPA:3.8
MCAT:31
Number med schools applied to:35


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Schools applied, interviews, offers
This list only includes schools interviewed at and beyond, and may not include all schools applied to.
Med School Invitation? Interviewed? Offer?
Wayne State University School of MedicineYesYesYes
Drexel University College of MedicineYesYesYes
Medical College of WisconsinYesYesYes
Rush Medical College of Rush UniversityYesYesYes
Ohio State University College of MedicineYesYesYes

Profile Questions and Answers
Question Answer  
Why medicine? What is your story?im smart enough and dedicated enough to make a great doctor, and i want to make a ton of money.read other replies on this topic
Are you in any special circumstances? Anything unique?noneread other replies on this topic
What was the hardest part in preparing for med school?the interview. everyone has good grades and mcat scores or they wouldnt bother applying. get some clinical experience and volunteer work on your resume if you want serious consideration.read other replies on this topic
How much did you work while going through pre-med?did some teaching assistant jobs and homework grading.. usually 5-10 hours per week.read other replies on this topic
What did you do for MCAT preparation?studied from a mcat prep book on my own... went through the whole thing and took a few practice tests... didn't practice any of the essays but i should haveread other replies on this topic
How much did you shadow physicians?noneread other replies on this topic
How much did you volunteer?noneread other replies on this topic
What clinical exposure did you have?noneread other replies on this topic
What did you do for research?two 10 weeks summer research programs, one in biochemistry and one in organic chemistryread other replies on this topic
Do you have any leadership experience?noneread other replies on this topic
What suggestions do you have for the personal statement?mine was a pile of crap. have someone give you advice on making yours better.read other replies on this topic
What suggestions do you have for the secondary applications?most were pretty basic, if you're lucky you can every reuse essays for multiple schools.read other replies on this topic
What suggestions do you have for the interview?be prepared for the numerous types of questions you might be asked. also come with questions of your own, even if you legitimately don't have any.read other replies on this topic
Describe your pre-med schedule, typical day and weekclasses MWF and labs TR.. material was difficult but i managed to study less that most other premed student with similar results.read other replies on this topic
Did you do any other extracurricular activities?noneread other replies on this topic
How did you choose your med school?they accepted me and i liked the facilities and location.read other replies on this topic
Did you take any extra coursework in preparation for med school?noneread other replies on this topic
Any open-ended advice?don't aim too high when you're applying to schools or you'll end up just wasting a lot of money and then reapplying the following year.read other replies on this topic


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