On this day in April of 2008 my individual work became yours and everyone else's, so I am placing a dedication into this time capsule to stake a claim on my individual hope. It is my time capsule here, but the website is a message in a bottle I am throwing from my obscure, individual shore. It is a love letter to my teachers, beginning with Mrs. Kawasaki and Mrs. Fukumitsu in elementary school, and continuing to some of the greatest professors in the world. WikiPremed represents nearly fifteen years of work to make something like the incredible science education I received available to any person in the world. The work owes a great deal to the esteemed science professors of Georgia Tech and Stanford University and the English Department of Stanford University. Most of all it owes itself to the encouragement, support, and love of my family.

I believe the WikiPremed MCAT Course represents the best preparation for the Medical College Admissions Test in any form. Becoming a doctor is a long and difficult path, and I hope students will know that I have taken a great deal of care to be a proper guide for them through a challenging part of it. I hope this website makes science education more unified and more accessible for you. I would be happy if my work helps you in your learning and achievement.

-John Wetzel
April 18, 2008
Atlanta







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