So my block exams went fairly well I must say. You can tell that I wasn't distracted by Walden courses and I truly studied a lot this block. Since this block is only 7 class days, I really have to make this count! And yes, you read correctly. SEVEN days! And we have 13 days until White Coat ceremony. And I guess you can say I am a little excited.
So what have I been up to? Nothing much. Just studying like crazy. Since there is no real method of standardized testing in medical school other than the Step 1, our school has implemented NBME exams everywhere. Most classes have at two like my class has. NBME stands for National Board of Medical Exams and they just hold onto old USMLE exams. It's a company like the PSAT. They hold on to old questions and sell them to people for them to simulate a real exam. I would say it is a good business because a lot of people use it.
|Lunch from a restaurant at Shoal Bay|
|My group from my|
Pathology poster presentation
I can only say that this week, I was blessed. I was blessed enough to be around great people and have great grades. As for a progress report on my brother, this week he has decided that he would move his leg in places to make it appear as if he would like to make a run for it. Sorry little bro but you gotta stay put just a little while longer. And of course there are some side jokes that come along with that as well.
|Dinner with a highly regarded professor|
Since I only have a few weekends left, I am attempting to live. For once in my life, I am having the opportunity to live. I have always been a cautious person about spending and I must say that I think that I have done fairly well. I really have not increased my debt as bad as I could have but I decided for my last few weeks, that I won't say no as much. I just wanted to say that I experienced Anguilla versus just lived here. I think all of my audience would like to hear that I did that as well.
|Enjoying Shoal Bay|
Gracious words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to the body. There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death.
Proverbs 16:24-25, ESV