For as many applicants as possible, I draft the first part of your Statement completely free of charge to promote my service. More than half of these applicants decide to commission me to finish drafting the entire statement. This is how I support myself and my only child Davy Dylan, laying a little something aside for his future.

PharmD, Cameroon, French & English

March 28, 2012


My interest in Pharmacy began around the time my daughter's teeth started to develop. I was concerned when my baby's first teeth were dark. My dentist told me that medication I had taken during pregnancy had caused this condition. I promised myself that I would learn more about medications, and their side effects, discussing them with my doctor in the future before taking them. While doing personal research into pharmaceuticals, and Pharmacy school, I found that I had few educational opportunities living in my homeland of Cameroon.

I never lost sight of my Pharmacy dreams, and my sister showed me that it is truly attainable, leaving Cameroon, attending and later graduating XXX's College of Pharmacy. In 2003, I came to America, the country that is renowned for offering people with belief and drive the chance to bring their dreams to fruition.

These past four years, I have developed my proficiency in English, completing my pre-Pharmacy courses and gaining valuable real-world retail Pharmacy experience working in XXX Discount Pharmacy. Having the opportunity to interact with people from a multitude of backgrounds, acting as a link between patient and doctor, has been personally and professionally gratifying. Moreover, working for XXX Pharmacy has shown me that I have an aptitude for excelling in a retail pharmacy. Additionally, I have come to appreciate how pharmacists are the most accessible medical professionals in a community, and are advocates for patients, and guides.

A pharmacist reaches people on many levels, even culturally. I feel that my unique background and bilingual abilities in French and English will equip me to better serve clients, those that need quality service the most, filling a much-needed gap between patients and physicians in my area. I am particularly sensitive and aware of the increasing needs of minorities, especially in their introduction to the American healthcare system, having walked more than a mile in the immigrant's shoes. What is more, my volunteer work is a clear indication of my desire to assist the community of which I am blessed to be a part of. I have been involved and in touch with my community volunteering at my church for several years. Reaching out to others is intrinsic to who I am.

For the future, I anticipate serving my community as a Pharmacist, and later developing my career into that of an industrial pharmacist. I will then be expanding on my foundation in Pharmacy to include the compounding of medicines, reaching beyond my community, and having an impact on lives on a much larger scale.

Xavier U is my sole choice for Pharmacy education. XULA has produced some of the finest, creative and successful African-American minds in America. I am proud to have a sister that counts herself amongst XULAs alumni, a sister that will be my support system throughout my education. Your time and consideration is greatly appreciated and I eagerly await a personal interview.

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