After immigrating to Canada from Pakistan after high school, Ahmad faced a new education system and struggled to figure out how to start building his extracurricular resume without much financial resources and and a lack of confidence in his leadership abilities. Ahmad discovered how taking a small first initiative to get involved in his undergrad opened doors of opportunities for him to grow and build his resume for medical school. He also realized that having large financial resources to build a strong resume was more myth than fact.
Klazura earned a Bachelor of Science degree in pre-professional studies (pre-med) in May of 2011. He finished his undergraduate career with a 3.583 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale). Klazura currently is taking courses that emphasize service and or medicine to boost his resume for medical school. He was named to the 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-Region first team. He also is a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2009 & 2010).
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As a pre-med student I have been hearing (since pretty much day one)Â that getting involved with research is really helpful in building up your resume for medical school. Coming to Vanderbilt, I knew there would be so many opportunities for getting involved with research–the trick was finding the right one for me!