McGovern at University of Texas- Houston Secondary Essay Prompts
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These prompts are from the 2021 Application Cycle and are unchanged from the previous cycle.
All prompts have a 2,500 character limit.
- How have your experiences prepared you to be a physician?
- Describe a time or situation where you have been unsuccessful or failed. What did you learn from this experience and how have you applied this learning to your work and/or life?
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- What would you like to contribute and be remembered for in medicine?
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McGovern Medical School at University of Texas Health Science Center- Houston Mission:
To educate a diverse body of future physicians and biomedical scientists for a career dedicated to the highest ideals of their profession; to provide outstanding patient-centered care; and to conduct innovative research that benefits the health and well-being of the population of Texas and beyond.
Mcgovern Medical School at University of Texas Health Science Center- Houston Values:
- Deliver compassionate patient care focusing on effectiveness, quality, safety, and service
- Provide a competency-based curriculum emphasizing integrity and professionalism
- Embrace a culture of lifelong learning, evidence-based practice, open inquiry, and scholarship
- Cultivate professional and respectful communication
- Foster a diverse and inclusive learning community
- Support the health and well-being of students, faculty, and staff
- Promote interprofessional collaboration
- Support leadership and innovation in teaching, research, and service
- Advocate for excellent care for the underserved and for the reduction of health care disparities