University of Utah School of Medicine Secondary Essay Prompts

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

About University of Utah School of Medicine

Secondary Deadline: 30 days after the secondary application is received
Secondary Fee: $100
FAP Waiver: Full Fee Waived
CASPer Required: No
Screens Applications: Yes
Accepts Application Updates: No


The University of Utah School of Medicine Office of Admissions serves the State of Utah, our medical school and the healthcare profession by admitting well qualified and prepared medical students. Through a holistic culture based on valuing teamwork, professionalism, compassion, and communication, we strive to select a diverse and innovative class who exemplify dedication, service to their community and patients, leadership, research skill, and academic excellence.


The University of Utah School of Medicine Office of Admission will inspire and transform the application process through quality, education, and innovation to serve the state of Utah and beyond.


All prompts have a 300 character limit. 

1. The Admissions Committee will evaluate your application based on your participation in the activities listed below. Describe your involvement in each of the recommended activities.

  • Recommended Activities
    • Community/Volunteer Service
    • Leadership
    • Research
    • Physician Shadowing
    • Patient Exposure


There were no secondary application essay prompts from this medical school application cycle.


How would you navigate uncertainty from the perspectives of either a patient, a physician, or medicine? (2650 characters)

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