I’m tired of everything. Can’t wait for Christmas break.
Firstly, to you and everyone else who have been submitting questions, I am sorry for the late reply.
The circumstances surrounding my plans to pursue medicine are complicated. However, if I could go back and give myself advice in a different life, I would advise taking my time. One of my biggest regrets has always been coming into medicine young. I feel that I could have benefitted from a year or two of life experience: working, volunteering, exploring, travelling etc.
The secret to being a great candidate is not how much time you invested in research, how many doctors you shadowed, or how stellar your grades were. The secret to being a great candidate doctor is being a well-rounded, honest, dependable, and kind person. Where medical knowledge can always be taught in school, these qualities that ultimately define you as a candidate are developed through the experiences you have gained in your life.
Hello Lovely followers maybe you won’t see this post ,but for those who do I won’t be re-blogging or posting for a few months. The reason is that school started again and well this semester is going to be intense. I want to be 99% focused on my studies and well the other percent will be focused on me. I slacked off, and now it’s time to get sh*t done. Have fun stay safe and listen to great music. By the way, I hope you enjoy my playlist while I’m gone. Well then I’ll see you guys in December. Peace. :)