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Dr. Manpreet Kaur A.

Bachelor in M.b.b.s · specializes in Medicine Biology · 22-30 years old female

"I grew up listening to my father “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up”. He always used to tell me “Every day you need to work hard because there is someone else who is working too and if you stop, they can overtake you”. Watching my parents toil day and night to raise me and my siblings, I knew hard work and perseverance are the qualities I must have learned. My more...

"I grew up listening to my father “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up”. He always used to tell me “Every day you need to work hard because there is someone else who is working too and if you stop, they can overtake you”. Watching my parents toil day and night to raise me and my siblings, I knew hard work and perseverance are the qualities I must have learned. My desire to pursue a career in Medicine stems from my inclination towards biological science during high school. They say a teacher shapes a student; similarly, my biology professor saw my intrigue towards the subject and inspired me to realize what I wanted to be in my life. My strong commitment to academics paid off when I was placed in top 0.1% in the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), resulting in my acceptance at the Government Medical College, Amritsar, ranked amongst the top medical schools in India. Being born in a business family and being the first female to secure such an achievement was a very proud moment for my family. The joy on my father’s face that day has been my inspiration to pursue my dreams and never look back. As a child, I always enjoyed puzzles. I was always curious to find out the cause and solutions to everything; for me, practicing medicine was no different than this. As a third year medical student, when I started my rotations in the hospital, I experienced a whole different world of knowledge. The quest of learning something new every day enthralled me. Every patient was different and each medical problem came up with a new challenge. I enjoyed solving them just as solving puzzles as a child, always trying to find the missing pieces. It was during this time I learned the importance of becoming a good listener and as I became better at it, I realized that the missing pieces were coming together on their own. As a final year student, I came across a patient, a 6-year-old child who came to the hospital with a third episode of pneumonia in a year. His parents had died two years ago. It was later when I talked with the family they disclosed that his parents were HIV positive. Next day the patient was diagnosed with HIV as well. Similar encounters made me realize that medicine is not just about solving the mystery of a difficult diagnosis, but it is also about changing lives. I understood the importance of treating the disease than the symptoms. I also realized that the vast knowledge in the field of Medicine could best help me grow as a physician. After graduation, I worked as a Medical Officer under the State Government in a rural area for one year. This gave me an opportunity to discover and refine my leadership and communication skills. I found solace in my professional world. I sensed that there was no other place I would rather be at or anything else I desired more than to spend every single day making a meaningful difference in people’s lives. During this time, I faced many hardships especially under the pressure of marriage put up by my parents, but I had different plans in my mind. I wanted to pursue Internal Medicine as my career. I had read about Evidence based Medicine and wanted to learn more about it. I realized that there would not be a better place other than the United States to do so. Hence, I decided to shadow a doctor in California to know more about the United States healthcare system. In the United States, I was thrilled to see the difference in patient care and the hard work the entire staff puts in towards every single patient. The highly academic nature of training in the hospitals, work ethics, and research opportunities appealed to me greatly after which I made up my mind that I wanted to pursue my Internal Medicine residency here, in the United States. My diverse clinical experiences from India to the United States has enriched my education by exposing me to different patient populations and cultivated a deeper understanding of disparity in health care. Being a highly motivated person, I am able to multitask and works well under pressure. Throughout my journey, I have faced many impediments which challenged me as a person and I have always come out stronger and more determined to continue pursuing my dreams." less...

Details

fee: $15 (for 60 min), negotiable
years of tutoring: 1-3
students tutored: 1-10
travel distance: 5 miles
tutoring method: online only
member for: 2 months
rating: Green Apple

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Education and Qualifications

school: GMC, Amritsar
certified: Manpreet Kaur Arora is a certified tutor

12 months of United States Clinical Experience 2 publications

Detroit, MI 48201

Subjects Tutored

Elementary & Junior High School
Reading
Special Needs
Special Needs
General Ed
BiologyScience
Spelling
Languages
English as 2nd LanguagePunjabi
College
Biology (Cell)Biology (Molecular)
Brain ImagingCardiology
Cell BiologyMicrobiology
Molecular BiologyNeurology
NeurosciencePharmacology
ToxicologyVirology
Test Prep
MCATNBME
USMLE
Additional Subjects
Usmle Step 2 Prep