In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I’m interviewing Dr. Jessica Pack, a pediatric dentist who attended UCLA for Dental School and USC for residency. Jessica will be sharing how she chose the dental path and key takeaways she learned from her journey.
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- The significance of researching and experiencing your future career
- Who you should talk to if you are interested in pursuing dentistry and/or medicine
- An essential quality needed to be a doctor or dentist
- The importance of choosing a career that you are passionate about
“I was looking for a stable job as well, but I didn’t want that to be the only reason why I go into something”
“Go with the flow and experience a lot because it could open up such amazing doors and opportunities that you’ve never planned ever before.”
“Have a good time in high school. Be determined, but don’t let that overtake your life as well.”
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