That would be ideal, as you likely already have the necessary basis of knowledge and can make the answer more personal.
Make sure you do not repeat prior content from the primary application.
What lessons have you learned from sports, music, business or other experiences have prepared you to succeed in this environment?
(750 char)This is a great question in that it is absolutely applicable to medicine.
If you are taking a gap year and will not be enrolled in classes during the application year, explain in detail what experiences you will have during that time.
For each experience, explain how this will help you grow and become a better medical school candidate, which is the most important goal of the gap year in the admissions committee’s eyes. If you are continuing prior experience from the AMCAS primary (which can be difficult to avoid given the nature of some secondary questions), try to adopt a new angle or describe a different aspect of the experience than has been presented before. Have you experienced academic difficulties, had any grades below “B minus,” or any course withdrawals while in college? In this space, provide brief details regarding academic difficulties, grades below “B minus,” or course withdrawals.This is a fun question which will have a unique answer for everyone. It would be good to explain why medicine is a better fit for you than this career, but it is reasonable to show your genuine interest in this other field.If you have skills that you have gained from these separate interests, discuss them here and consider stating why they also contribute to your strength as a doctor.If choosing a new topic, do some online research to understand the basis of knowledge and current medical practice regarding that medical issue so that you are able to answer intelligently.The complexity of healthcare delivery increasingly requires interdisciplinary teamwork.Choose an occasion where you took a leadership role. Consider prior job experience, work in extracurricular groups, or other endeavors in sports or music as stated in the prompt.Show that you were an effective leader, but also that you were humble and willing to adapt and work with people whose opinions differed from your own.Also include an estimated hours per week that you were required to work.(750 char)Discuss your work experience during college.Were you required to work during your college years?If you answer yes, they ask you provide a brief description of why employment was necessary.