Love, Lies & Lullabies
I badly need my alumni card. I have to get in to UST library because that’s the only place I know where I can study properly and in peace. A place far from my bed, laptop, internet and other sorts of distraction. A place where you’ll be motivated to study cause everyone around you is doing so.
I’m running out of time.. so please give me my alumni card now.. :(
Mejo mahirap magfocus. Ang tamad ko kasi :(
And I’m counting on you..
Clinical Chemistry Review Handbook (Rodriguez, 2012), Rabor notes, Ma’am Jani notes, 3rd year notes,
Cause even a midst chaos and that unfortunate event, I still find peace. That’s when you’ll know you’re finally home again.
Uyy suspended na sila!! :) Missin’ the life :(
I was wrong when I thought that CM is one of the easiest subjects! Did not reach that 75% for the assessment exam -___-
Okay, move on, Rabor’s next. Shit. Gonna meet the nightmare of my 3rd year days again :|
First Week of Review Class Realizations
- I’m really being left out. When most of my classmates already had their in house review during summer break and was able to answer and pass our pre-tests, I only passed 2 subjects (Clin Chem and Clin Micro) and that made me realized, my 1 to 2 hour-reading time during the last two weeks of May was really not enough and I feel like I didn’t study at all.
- I only have 86 days left. Seems long, right? But with all those subjects and topics and pile of notes and different books that you have to read, memorize, or even master, I’m really not sure if this 86-day period will be enough.
- I wasted 2 months. Nuff said.
- You spend roughly 5 months to study and learn from those different Medtech subjects in your university but in review school, you will only take it up in just a matter of 2 to 3 days per subject.
- Brain saturation and information overload. With 7 hours straight of pure discussion, wherein your instructors were trying to bombard your brain with too much information within such a very short time, my brain still feels like exploding any moment now.
- If only the university professors teach the same way as the review school instructors did, life would be easier.
- Life inside the review school is really fast-moving. Try to divert your attention other than the white board and your instructor for a minute, you’ll miss a lot of things.
- That 75% passing grade is really hard to reach. You’ll never know what will be included in the board exam so you should not miss anything.
- The 20 minutes I spent writing this post is equivalent to 2 pages of my reviewer. Wasted time.
- I need to double, no, triple my effort for this board exam. I couldn’t afford to fail.
- 3 months from now, I’ll be worthy to have those 3 letters at the end of my name —— soon to be RMT as of September 2013
Yung totoo, inggit na inggit ako sa mga dati kong classmate na nasa UST-FMS na ngayon lalo na sa kanilang med uniform and green nameplate!! Huhuhu
(Source: itsonbitch, via cookies-for-me)