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I was an international applicant applying for the third time, and I was starting to believe that medicine may end as just a dream for me. As I worked with Cindy, I learned how to create a more compelling narrative of why I wanted to pursue medicine, and how I’ve grown throughout this journey. She was a caring and highly skilled editor who was a pleasure to work with. I got my acceptance to Georgetown University School of Medicine today! I could not be happier. Thank you Cindy!!
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