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1 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M

2 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M These numbers are codes for a student is doing. You could have mouse- overs on electronic copies to get detail for what the numbers mean. Please note: The numbers used in this example are only place holders.

3 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M Color coding could be used. Here black is “full-time” attendance, green is a break in normal academic studies to temporarily pursue another academically desirable path, red is a warning that something went wrong academically. The double-colored bars show activities performed by the student in addition to passing the normal workload of classes. Blue is academic extra curricular activities, and purple is service to the community. Orange indicates a noteworthy clinical experience.

4 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Normal academic workload (passing) – Normal academic workload with extracurricular night classes

5 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Failed academic course – student preparing for opening of free clinic run by students

6 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Three weeks dedicated to teaching Medical Spanish course for other students in addition to regular academic workload

7 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Remediated prior failed exam in addition to normal academic workload

8 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Spring break spent working in free clinics in Mexico with other students

9 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – NIH research program

10 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Surgery, Ob Gyn clerkships

11 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Ob Gyn, Internal Medicine clerkships

12 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Four week Advance Biomedical Studies course

13 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Family Medicine clerkship started on site (2 weeks), finished in Indian Health Services (6 weeks)

14 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Psych clerkship started in on site neurology (2 weeks), finished in state mental hospital(6 weeks)

15 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Research experience with mentor from NIH

16 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Howard Hughes Fellowship 03

17 YearQuarter 1 (Sep – Nov) Quarter 2 (Dec – Feb) Quarter 3 (Mar – May) Quarter 4 (Jun – Aug) Year of Study 00 – 01M1 01 – 02M2 02 – 03M3 03 – 04M3 04 – – 06M – Served on advisory board for free clinic he helped establish in 2002, taught 3 medical Spanish sessions in addition to normal academic workload 03


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