My feeling on the matter is they are asking the question, the best thing you can do is answer it as honestly and sincerely as you can.
In terms of tone I stayed away from it being "poor me, my father was an alcoholic you should feel sorry for me" type of essay.
I talked about my fathers alcoholism during my youth and the effect it had on me.
I talked about how the hardest challenge I ever had to overcome was being able to forgive him for his mistakes and flaws.
A colony of smooth strain bacteria is grown on a culture containing an experimental drug that cleaves nucleic acid base sequences wherever adenine is paired with uracil.
Which of the following processes will be directly affected? This was a tough essay for my parents to read (they thought I was focusing on my hardships and not why I am passionate about medicine, but I felt as if they served the purpose.) I, too, have an interview for the school I wrote this essay for. I'm so sorry you and your family have had to deal with these lingering consequences of a flawed healthcare system, and I'm really glad that you now want to work towards fixing it because you will have a better handle on it than someone who's never been there.It's exciting to hear that you got the interview!My AMCAS app had a brief disadvantaged essay (single mom, early death, physical/emotional abuse, homelessness, etc) which was as factual as possible.Plus my committee letter backs up all this information, as does the financials from the FAP application.Hey, sorry I've been lagging on sending you mine.I'm still weary of sharing because it just doesn't read right yet :/ I'll send it along shortly, I want to work on my tone just a little more before people read it. When the box is placed in an elevator moving upwards at constant velocity C.I'm working on my disadvantage status essay and I feel uncomfortable sharing certain aspects of my childhood though they are relevant.Passage (Questions 1–2)In an attempt to develop a vaccine for pneumonia, Fred Griffith performed a series of experiments in 1928 using mice and two strains of the pneumococcus bacteria: a virulent encapsulated strain and a nonvirulent unencapsulated strain. I, because a primary cation is formed in the rate-determining step B.The encapsulated strain was called the "smooth strain" because the colonies looked smooth on a culture plate due to their polysaccharide capsules, whereas the unencapsulated strain was denoted as the "rough strain" due to the irregularity of its surface. II, because the cation formed in the rate-determining step is stabilized through an inductive effect C.