Quinnipiac Frank Netter MD Secondary Essay Prompts

These are the secondary application essay prompts for Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. To put your best foot forward and maximize your chance of an interview invitation, visit our secondary application editing page.

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Secondary Deadline: December 15, 2019
Secondary Fee: $100
FAP Waiver: Full Fee Waived
CASPer Required: No
Screens Applications: Yes
Accepts Application Updates: No

Mission

The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine enables medical students to attain their highest personal and professional potential in a collaborative environment that fosters academic excellence, scholarship, lifelong learning, respect and inclusivity.

Vision

The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine will be a model for educating diverse, patient-centered physicians who are partners and leaders in an inter-professional primary care workforce responsive to health care needs in the communities they serve.  

2019-2020

Instructions: All applicants must complete questions 1 and 2. From the remaining five questions, select three additional questions and respond. Your responses to each questions cannot exceed 150 words. Type directly in the field or prepare your response with a word processing program and cut and paste it into fields.

Both questions 1 and 2 are required of all applicants.

1. If you will not be enrolled as a full-time student, how will you be spending / intend to spend your time during your application year?

2. What area of medicine do you envision yourself working in at the end of your training? What is shaping your vision?

Please answer only three of the questions below.

3. If there anything not captured in your application that you would like to share?

4. What non-academic advice would you give to your younger self?

5. Becoming a physician means dedicating yourself to a career of service. Discuss how you have cultivated a service mentality.

6. Physicians are often called upon to play a leadership role within a health care team. Give an example of how you have developed your leadership skills.

7. Discuss an experience you have undertaken outside of your comfort zone and detail why you sought out this particular experience.

2018-2019

Instructions: All applicants must complete questions 1 and 2. From the remaining five questions, select three additional questions and respond. Your responses to each questions cannot exceed 150 words. Type directly in the field or prepare your response with a word processing program and cut and paste it into fields.

Both questions 1 and 2 are required of all applicants.
1. What area of medicine do you envision yourself working in at the end of your training? What is shaping your vision?

2. Please tell us something about yourself that is not captured in your application.

Please answer only three of the questions below.
3. Discuss a personal role model (someone you know; not a historical or public figure). What attributes does this person possess that you admire and strive to emulate?

4. Which extracurricular activity is most important to you and why?

5. What non-academic advice would you give to your younger self?

6. Detail something about yourself (quality or non-academic accomplishment) that makes you extremely proud.

7.Describe your most humbling non-academic experience, and how that experience will affect your interactions with your peers and patients.

2017-2018

1. If you will not be enrolled as a full-time student, how will you be spending/intend to spend your time during your application year? (Limit 250 Words)

All applicants must complete questions 1 and 2. From the remaining five questions, select three additional questions and respond. Your responses to each questions cannot exceed 150 words. Type directly in the field or prepare your response with a word processing program and cut and paste it into fields.

2. What area of medicine do you envision yourself working in at the end of your training? What is shaping your vision?

3. Please tell us something about yourself that is not captured in your application.

(choose three out of the next five)

4. Discuss a personal role model (someone you know; not a historical or public figure). What attributes does this person possess that you admire and strive to emulate?

5. Which extracurricular activity is most important to you and why?

6. What non-academic advice would you give to your younger self?

7. Detail something about yourself (quality or non-academic accomplishment) that makes you extremely proud.

8. Describe your most humbling non-academic experience, and how that experience will affect your interactions with your peers and patients.

2016-2017

1. If you will not be enrolled as a full-time student, how will you be spending/intend to spend your time during your application year? (Limit 250 Words)

2. What area of medicine do you envision yourself working in at the end of your training? What is shaping your vision?

3. Please describe how your experiences and personal attributes will contribute to the “vision, mission and values” of the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.

Please answer only two of the questions below.

1. What advice (non-academic) would you give to your younger self?

2. As a physician, how can you impact social change?

3. Detail something about yourself (quality or non-academic accomplishment) that makes you extremely proud.

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