My name is Janeddie Rivera, nineteen years old, and I'm in my second year at the University of Puerto Rico majoring in Biology. My goal for the future is to pursue a career in Medicine and become a dermatologist. To achieve that, I need to apply to medical school. But to apply, I need to take the MCAT. The MCAT is a standardized test used by admission offices to assess your skills in scientific concepts and principles. The test score plays a big role in the acceptance process for which I need to work on getting the highest possible score in the very competitive field. For that, I want to take a Summer Immersion program given by the Princeton Review. It is a 6-week intensive program in the summer in Florida and considered one of the most rigorous boot camps for MCAT preparation. But, by being one of the best, it is an expensive program and carries additional expenses since it is in Florida and would have to travel from Puerto Rico to there. In addition to where I would have to stay and food, for what the money will be spent on. For me it would be a great privilege to be able to attend this program and your contribution will be of immense help. Any kind of help and support is more than grateful.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration.