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She enjoys finding the humor inherent in the life of a medical student and the process of becoming a physician. As will certain jobs. This means learning to take each day as it comes, dealing with the challenges along the way, and figuring out how to piece it all together. But so are you!
I’ve noticed that a lot of people that enter medical school usually break up during the first year (when their so is non medical). You know, unless you date a surgeon, which i already specifically warned you about. To sleep, and often at weird hours.
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Nevertheless, we were optimistic. It is isolating and quite frequently depressing. To her, it is her job, and an everyday occurrence that she talks to people about. Hopefully we can help those brave souls following in our footsteps 🙂 so glad you stopped by!
Oh my god, where were you two years ago with this wonderful slice of advice? i slowly figured that out by his (current) second year of medical school, but it was a journey getting to that point. Doesn’t matter. There will be times when you need more support and times when your significant other will need more support. You should also pursue your own career while being supportive. Emily has been a teacher for kaplan for over eight years; she’s taught mcat, act, sat, sat2 and tutored pretty much every subject under the sun in both the classroom and live online (aka classroom anywhere) settings. And it helps us to be silly yet competitive with each other!
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I don’t understand my most females don’t get this. For more information on pabs benefits.
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Thanks again. Do not date an aspiring surgeon. If you happen to stay in a committed relationship during “the match,” aka when med students find out what specialty and residency they will be working, be prepared to move with her.