Working With First Drafts

Working With First Drafts

We bring students into a lab and we teach you techniques and we applied and then we have trained you to have you train someone else and we applaud again and it reinforces the notion that the research is about the techniques rather than the science but you are not applying to be a technician okay it’s not we’re not going to admit you because you know how to do a Western blot what did you learn in terms of science mental itical thinking so a few general comments in here everything does not have to be in chronological order you can actually rewrite history okay you never ever say you didn’t like something oftentimes students will say I did research but I really didn’t like it passion is clinical medicine you never say you didn’t like thing everything benefited you okay. Get to know more about work process from first to final draft on Robotdon.

You can always write in that matter instead you say if maybe you had many different research opportunities and maybe in fact you did basic science research and it wasn’t your cup of tea and you did clinical but then you loved public health so instead rewriting history you say I made a concerted effort to have all these varied experiences you did basic science clinical and public health research okay the other thing you learn as you go and believe me what I am Telling You I learned in my 30s and 40s which is why I’m trying to give it to you now when you really really need it you learn as you go through your career in your speaking and your writing how to plant the questions you hope to be asked in an interview so if you write I have had multiple opportunities to conduct research ranging from basic science to clinical science to community-based research only two of which I’ll discuss here okay right there are the questions what are the rest of them.

I’m going to look for them in the application and I’m probably going to ask you about that so what would you like to be asked you can actually stage the questions to a certain extent if you have really hard time getting started first off as I say right up polished curriculum Vita lost the Vita there second write the outliner the plan if you’re having trouble write a phrase take the phrase and rewrite it as one sentence then take that sentence and rewrite three and you have a paragraph start out you have to get the content correct first you have to write good paragraphs don’t worry about the word counts or the transitions until later I get essays from students saying I need 3,500 characters and I’m at 4,200 do you see where I can take 700 out well I can actually see where you should remove about 2,000 of them because you were talking about the same thing so don’t worry about the word count or the transitions in the first couple drafts.