My dream is to be a Pathologist. I've been fascinated with the study of diseases since I was little; I would love to have a career helping people and trying to cure diseases. I am a successful student and an active participant in my school's Honor Society, and spend most of my free time looking up different diseases that have yet to be cured. I will need plenty of education in the medical field to make sure I have the knowledge that I need to succeed in Pathology. I would love to be accepted into UTSA, and I know I will need 4 years of medical school. The first two will require pre-clinical courses, and the last two will require clinical rotations to get myself familiar to the hospital environment. I am aware that Pathologists are some of the most important doctors in the hospital, and need to have strong attention and patience. I believe I am capable of doing that. If the world didn't have Pathologists we wouldn't know what diseases are, and ways to prevent them. The main reason I would love to be a Pathologist and receive a scholarship is because I love to help people. Pathology is something I see myself doing in the future, and I would really appreciate the chance to go to a great university to get the education I need to be a successful Pathologist in the near future. I believe I could be the one to find a cure for cancer, and would do everything possible to help anyone in need and to be as successful as I can be.
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