Not sure why upperclassmen are telling us that we’re “crazy” for wanting to know about board exams already.
That’s because I know that I stress out big-time when it comes to standardized exams, so I would like to know about the beast that I am dealing with and prepare for it as early as possible.
I’m going against the discouragement! I want to know that I can do the best that I can with boards, and that includes knowing everything I can about how to prepare for it—no matter how early.
This week has been horrible for me. I am finding inspiration in small things and trying to push past these next few exams; and knowing a little something about boards will help me feel more ready and less stressed.
I am feeling so lost right now, about everything. I wish I just knew what the future had in store for me.
I can’t believe how low I am feeling. I guess it’s finally getting to me.
Time to pick myself up for the onslaught of exams in the next three weeks!!
…of being just “average”. You forget that you are amongst the best of the best, when you feel so low about yourself.
This is sucking my soul out.
Self doubt is so crippling.
Building yourself up is so difficult. That’s what weeds us out. Ourselves.
There are 6 main types of loneliness:
1. Interpersonal loneliness: This is the result of losing a significant, or intimate, relationship.
2. Social loneliness: This is where a person is on the fringes of a group, excluded from a group, or is actively rejected.
3. Cultural loneliness: This is…
On campus studying before I go tailgate and to the game! First med school test on Monday. Wish me luck!
YOU’LL ROCK IT. Good luck.
Since I started medical school (all of 3 weeks ago), I have learned that there are basically an infinite amount of things that can go wrong in your body. It’s pretty much a miracle that any of us are remotely healthy at all.
YES to this.