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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Starkid3010(m): 7:09am On Aug 11
Froshchuksswart:



Do you know DOC_FROSH Dentistry?
nope sir
Am just an aspirant
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Froshchuksswart(m): 7:13am On Aug 11
Froshchuksswart:



Do you know DOC_FROSH Dentistry?


God lead you through
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Froshchuksswart(m): 7:16am On Aug 11
Whitetalker:
Good evening everyone

I'm really excited to be here. I registered on this forum mainly because of this thread. I've been an ardent guest viewer on this thread and a lot of comments here helped me in the pursuit of gaining admission into medical school. I'm glad to say that I GOT THERE. God did that.

In a few months, I'll be starting preclinical. I thought to myself that the least I can do is return the favor. So guys if you have any question on how to keep your head high while pushing hard to get into medical school, I'll love to give the best advice I can.
It gets hard I can assure you but with God and the right mindset, you'll find yourself there faster than you thought. Stay blessed.



How far guy how is parasitology going
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Froshchuksswart(m): 7:17am On Aug 11
Starkid3010:
nope sir
Am just an aspirant


May God lead you through
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Xandre: 9:05am On Aug 11
dunsin125:
Accept it if you are given, half bread is better than none.
Dentistry is not half bread Biko.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Whitetalker: 10:11am On Aug 11
Froshchuksswart:




How far guy how is parasitology going
Hahaha. All good by the grace of God. We will get there.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBeelal: 6:16pm On Aug 11
shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked
kel94:

Congrats!
I tap into your testimony. I will surely celebrate mine later this year.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 6:21pm On Aug 11
Medicine is not the only course on earth, many of the med students I know are depressed and hate their lives. if you have no passion for saving lives, dont go in. Na frustraion go kill u. med docs are getting 50k per montth in private hospitals in lag and they re fighting to get it. med is good, but dont go in cos of low self esteem and just to show the world u are good or to satisfy ur parents. we also have allied health courses that are ok.
Nursing is good, at least u can gedifuccck outta naija with it if u can pass ur boards. male nurses are in demand in naija too and allover da world
pharmacists are making money frm drug biz, plenty money but pharmacy hard o. hard pass medicine sef, medicine is only stressful not hard. dnt even counter, my sisters studied both so I know.
radiography is good..
see, dnt limit ursef to medicine...
naija hafff cast tey tey.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBeelal: 6:23pm On Aug 11
Plz I'm new here I don't even know how to write here
But I'm frustrated I was passionate for medicine and surgery till I wrote jamb I couldn't meet with the cut off mark so I was told to change to dental surgery
I have done that
But since then I have never been happy and don't think I'll be cos I have force myself to love it but can't sincerely
I need a mentor a dentist here to assist me
Already everything is ruined thou but I need some advice even though I haven't been admitted
I may get and faled cos I couldn't love it
All MBBS my dream

Plz I didn't say the course isn't good plz don't get it wrong
Any one can help me before I get ruined
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBeelal: 6:30pm On Aug 11
Plz any dentist in the house should signify and help me before I get finished
Plz!!!!!
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 6:31pm On Aug 11
DrBeelal:
Plz I'm new here I don't even know how to write here
But I'm frustrated I was passionate for medicine and surgery till I wrote jamb I couldn't meet with the cut off mark so I was told to change to dental surgery
I have done that
But since then I have never been happy and don't think I'll be cos I have force myself to love it but can't sincerely
I need a mentor a dentist here to assist me
Already everything is ruined thou but I need some advice even though I haven't been admitted
I may get and faled cos I couldn't love it
All MBBS my dream

Plz I didn't say the course isn't good plz don't get it wrong
Any one can help me before I get ruined
u wanna study dentistry just to answer doc, u wld b frutrstated. there's more to life than answering doctor. atudy what gives u joy

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Whitetalker: 7:27pm On Aug 11
DrBeelal:
Plz I'm new here I don't even know how to write here
But I'm frustrated I was passionate for medicine and surgery till I wrote jamb I couldn't meet with the cut off mark so I was told to change to dental surgery
I have done that
But since then I have never been happy and don't think I'll be cos I have force myself to love it but can't sincerely
I need a mentor a dentist here to assist me
Already everything is ruined thou but I need some advice even though I haven't been admitted
I may get and faled cos I couldn't love it
All MBBS my dream

Plz I didn't say the course isn't good plz don't get it wrong
Any one can help me before I get ruined
If you weren't afraid...which would you choose? Medicine or Dentistry? Be honest with yourself because no advice from anyone would do. Stay safe.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dunsin125: 9:44pm On Aug 11
Xandre:
Dentistry is not half bread Biko.
Chillax, I never said dentistry is half bread, I meant to someone whose passion is medicine, dentistry is half bread not that the course is inferior to medicine.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dunsin125: 9:46pm On Aug 11
Froshchuksswart:


Never call dentistry half bread, dentistry is same as medicine, am a dental student the only thing is that dentistry is restricted to the head and neck, dentistry is the biggest speciality in medicine, that was why they even separated,like in UNN before creation of faculty of DENTISTRY if you want to study dentistry you will apply for medicine and then choose dentistry under medicine

They clark the same patient during junior postings, is just that they don't do OBS and GYN
I never meant it's inferior to medicine sir, I meant it is half bread to someone whose passion is for Medicine.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dunsin125: 9:47pm On Aug 11
DrBeelal:
Plz I'm new here I don't even know how to write here
But I'm frustrated I was passionate for medicine and surgery till I wrote jamb I couldn't meet with the cut off mark so I was told to change to dental surgery
I have done that
But since then I have never been happy and don't think I'll be cos I have force myself to love it but can't sincerely
I need a mentor a dentist here to assist me
Already everything is ruined thou but I need some advice even though I haven't been admitted
I may get and faled cos I couldn't love it
All MBBS my dream

Plz I didn't say the course isn't good plz don't get it wrong
Any one can help me before I get ruined
Go for your passion bro, I read of a man who is a masters holder but because of the passion for medicine, he had to write Jamb to pursue his dream.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Starfx: 11:50pm On Aug 11
camobri:
Medicine is not the only course on earth, many of the med students I know are depressed and hate their lives. if you have no passion for saving lives, dont go in. Na frustraion go kill u. med docs are getting 50k per montth in private hospitals in lag and they re fighting to get it. med is good, but dont go in cos of low self esteem and just to show the world u are good or to satisfy ur parents. we also have allied health courses that are ok.
Nursing is good, at least u can gedifuccck outta naija with it if u can pass ur boards. male nurses are in demand in naija too and allover da world
pharmacists are making money frm drug biz, plenty money but pharmacy hard o. hard pass medicine sef, medicine is only stressful not hard. dnt even counter, my sisters studied both so I know.
radiography is good..
see, dnt limit ursef to medicine...
naija hafff cast tey tey.



I laugh in Kung Fu grin

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 1:22am On Aug 12
Starfx:




I laugh in Kung Fu grin
It looks ridiculous ryt, yea. It's the truth, why sit and waste 10years of ur life chasing med nd surg? just want to open eyes of dem kids

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ifyjoshblaze(m): 9:41am On Aug 12
camobri:
Medicine is not the only course on earth, many of the med students I know are depressed and hate their lives. if you have no passion for saving lives, dont go in. Na frustraion go kill u. med docs are getting 50k per montth in private hospitals in lag and they re fighting to get it. med is good, but dont go in cos of low self esteem and just to show the world u are good or to satisfy ur parents. we also have allied health courses that are ok.
Nursing is good, at least u can gedifuccck outta naija with it if u can pass ur boards. male nurses are in demand in naija too and allover da world
pharmacists are making money frm drug biz, plenty money but pharmacy hard o. hard pass medicine sef, medicine is only stressful not hard. dnt even counter, my sisters studied both so I know.
radiography is good..
see, dnt limit ursef to medicine...
naija hafff cast tey tey.

You have a point there but graduates of the other courses you mentioned actually find it harder to survive.

You talked about a medical doctor earning 50 pin in a private Hospital?
Well the other health professionals/graduates will find it hard to earn 20 pin there or even get a job there.

It's a nationwide problem not a medical problem.
It is in all sectors.

Las Las it's all about passion and money, let's start telling ourselves the truth.
Few, very very few people study courses in Nigeria solely for passion.
At most 30% passion, 70% benefits.
The benefits sef is even in the passion.

95%+ of graduates and students of other medical courses All dreamt of studying Medsurg before opting for other courses for obvious reasons..even most BDS students(mostly due to ehm ignorance..hehe make una no roast me like corn)

Out of the remaining 5% or less, about 2% saw the light at the beginning and discovered they were simply not good enough and opted for other courses while they still can(not because they didn't want to)

The remaining 3% are those that actually wanted to study other paramedical courses which is dominated by nursing students(Mostly females here).

That. Is. the. Brutal. Truth.

If being a gatekeeper paid more and had more rep than Medical fields,most of us would be jostling for it.

Simple.. Let's not surgacoat it.

Unemployment rates and low standards of living na im cause am.

In this poo hole, it's all about survival first then passion and other stuff a very distant second.

There are exceptions, but extremely rare.

Yes I said it, and that is the brutal truth.

#Blaze

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by horpeyemmi66(m): 11:55am On Aug 12
dunsin125:
Accept it if you are given, half bread is better than none.
Don't ever write/say this anywhere, ever again...half bread, like seriously?

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by charleymed(m): 7:32pm On Aug 12
Ifyjoshblaze:


You have a point there but graduates of the other courses you mentioned actually find it harder to survive.

You talked about a medical doctor earning 50 pin in a private Hospital?
Well the other health professionals/graduates will find it hard to earn 20 pin there or even get a job there.

It's a nationwide problem not a medical problem.
It is in all sectors.

Las Las it's all about passion and money, let's start telling ourselves the truth.
Few, very very few people study courses in Nigeria solely for passion.
At most 30% passion, 70% benefits.
The benefits sef is even in the passion.

95%+ of graduates and students of other medical courses All dreamt of studying Medsurg before opting for other courses for obvious reasons..even most BDS students(mostly due to ehm ignorance..hehe make una no roast me like corn)

Out of the remaining 5% or less, about 2% saw the light at the beginning and discovered they were simply not good enough and opted for other courses while they still can(not because they didn't want to)

The remaining 3% are those that actually wanted to study other paramedical courses which is dominated by nursing students(Mostly females here).

That. Is. the. Brutal. Truth.

If being a gatekeeper paid more and had more rep than Medical fields,most of us would be jostling for it.

Simple.. Let's not surgacoat it.

Unemployment rates and low standards of living na im cause am.

In this poo hole, it's all about survival first then passion and other stuff a very distant second.

There are exceptions, but extremely rare.

Yes I said it, and that is the brutal truth.

#Blaze
You're an intelligent man.
Another thing. No doctor earns 50k on a full time job, it could just be a locum arrangement. Doctors on the average do better than every other graduates, as per pay and ease of landing a job. People talk about IT, oil coys, how many engineering graduates get these jobs?
But at least impossible to see a doctor without a job after 2 years post graduation, unless that doctor is either dumb or mentally challenged.

Secondly, medicine and BDS is a skilled degree, you get to learn the art of doing things with your hands, and there are no limits as to the money or height you can attain once you have those skills. There are doctors who are billionaires, orthopedic surgeons, cosmetics and aesthetic surgeons. So, there's no limits to what a doctor can do, even in Nigeria that's terribly bad.

Please Young Minds,
Pursue your MBBS and BDS dreams with every iota of strength and enthusiasm youve got. Even if you don't have passion for medicine, but for the sake that you have to pay bills, be relentless in your pursuits. Don't allow post like this to discourage you from doing the right thing, which is studying a course that will truly empower to be not just self sufficient, but to also make a difference.
Forget all the gist about passion and how you need passion to do well in medical school, those things are trash. You don't have to be passionate to do well, all you need is intelligence and the right attitude.
I never wanted to be a doctor, in fact, the thought of medicine was an eleventh hour decision for. I lived all my life thinking I would be a Catholic priest, I had little or no passion for medicine. But, today... So far so good. I have done very well, I'm doing very well and will still do a whole lot.
The only thing that motivates me is the fear of becoming poor, and I can tell you that, it's big enough to make want to become a very good doctor. Because if I become a good doctor, I will make more money.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 8:37pm On Aug 12
Ifyjoshblaze:


You have a point there but graduates of the other courses you mentioned actually find it harder to survive.

You talked about a medical doctor earning 50 pin in a private Hospital?
Well the other health professionals/graduates will find it hard to earn 20 pin there or even get a job there.

It's a nationwide problem not a medical problem.
It is in all sectors.

Las Las it's all about passion and money, let's start telling ourselves the truth.
Few, very very few people study courses in Nigeria solely for passion.
At most 30% passion, 70% benefits.
The benefits sef is even in the passion.

95%+ of graduates and students of other medical courses All dreamt of studying Medsurg before opting for other courses for obvious reasons..even most BDS students(mostly due to ehm ignorance..hehe make una no roast me like corn)

Out of the remaining 5% or less, about 2% saw the light at the beginning and discovered they were simply not good enough and opted for other courses while they still can(not because they didn't want to)

The remaining 3% are those that actually wanted to study other paramedical courses which is dominated by nursing students(Mostly females here).

That. Is. the. Brutal. Truth.

If being a gatekeeper paid more and had more rep than Medical fields,most of us would be jostling for it.

Simple.. Let's not surgacoat it.

Unemployment rates and low standards of living na im cause am.

In this poo hole, it's all about survival first then passion and other stuff a very distant second.

There are exceptions, but extremely rare.

Yes I said it, and that is the brutal truth.

#Blaze
ok, I get u, POC, paramedical is different from allies health, check out the meaning of paramedic. U people make the mistake.
3pcnt? hell no, I never for one day wanted medicine, we are plenty like that. So it's annoying when u guus say we couldn't get medicine den opt for something else. Medicine again isn't about intelligence, it's about dedication. Many brilliant guys have been withdrawn and some "dull" ones bit very dedicated and consistent persons succeeded. ask med docs
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ifyjoshblaze(m): 10:42pm On Aug 12
camobri:

ok, I get u, POC, paramedical is different from allies health, check out the meaning of paramedic. U people make the mistake.
3pcnt? hell no, I never for one day wanted medicine, we are plenty like that. So it's annoying when u guus say we couldn't get medicine den opt for something else. Medicine again isn't about intelligence, it's about dedication. Many brilliant guys have been withdrawn and some "dull" ones bit very dedicated and consistent persons succeeded. ask med docs

Forget about wordsmanship here,we can say and believe whatever we want,to feel and sleep better but reality is always and will always trump fantasy.
I dont want this to turn into an argument cos it is too lopsided to be one.
You say you are different?,thats okay if you think and,believe so.
Las las we go deh okay.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Starfx: 12:58am On Aug 13
charleymed:

You're an intelligent man.
Another thing. No doctor earns 50k on a full time job, it could just be a locum arrangement. Doctors on the average do better than every other graduates, as per pay and ease of landing a job. People talk about IT, oil coys, how many engineering graduates get these jobs?
But at least impossible to see a doctor without a job after 2 years post graduation, unless that doctor is either dumb or mentally challenged.

Secondly, medicine and BDS is a skilled degree, you get to learn the art of doing things with your hands, and there are no limits as to the money or height you can attain once you have those skills. There are doctors who are billionaires, orthopedic surgeons, cosmetics and aesthetic surgeons. So, there's no limits to what a doctor can do, even in Nigeria that's terribly bad.

Please Young Minds,
Pursue your MBBS and BDS dreams with every iota of strength and enthusiasm youve got. Even if you don't have passion for medicine, but for the sake that you have to pay bills, be relentless in your pursuits. Don't allow post like this to discourage you from doing the right thing, which is studying a course that will truly empower to be not just self sufficient, but to also make a difference.
Forget all the gist about passion and how you need passion to do well in medical school, those things are trash. You don't have to be passionate to do well, all you need is intelligence and the right attitude.
I never wanted to be a doctor, in fact, the thought of medicine was an eleventh hour decision for. I lived all my life thinking I would be a Catholic priest, I had little or no passion for medicine. But, today... So far so good. I have done very well, I'm doing very well and will still do a whole lot.
The only thing that motivates me is the fear of becoming poor, and I can tell you that, it's big enough to make want to become a very good doctor. Because if I become a good doctor, I will make more money.


People don't know that passion and money can go hand in hand,as far as u saved a life at the end of the day.
Sir Charley I am solidly behind you

To all aspirin for medicine, I wish u success.
#team Mbbs
#team BDS

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Starfx: 1:00am On Aug 13
Ifyjoshblaze:


You have a point there but graduates of the other courses you mentioned actually find it harder to survive.

You talked about a medical doctor earning 50 pin in a private Hospital?
Well the other health professionals/graduates will find it hard to earn 20 pin there or even get a job there.

It's a nationwide problem not a medical problem.
It is in all sectors.

Las Las it's all about passion and money, let's start telling ourselves the truth.
Few, very very few people study courses in Nigeria solely for passion.
At most 30% passion, 70% benefits.
The benefits sef is even in the passion.

95%+ of graduates and students of other medical courses All dreamt of studying Medsurg before opting for other courses for obvious reasons..even most BDS students(mostly due to ehm ignorance..hehe make una no roast me like corn)

Out of the remaining 5% or less, about 2% saw the light at the beginning and discovered they were simply not good enough and opted for other courses while they still can(not because they didn't want to)

The remaining 3% are those that actually wanted to study other paramedical courses which is dominated by nursing students(Mostly females here).

That. Is. the. Brutal. Truth.

If being a gatekeeper paid more and had more rep than Medical fields,most of us would be jostling for it.

Simple.. Let's not surgacoat it.

Unemployment rates and low standards of living na im cause am.

In this poo hole, it's all about survival first then passion and other stuff a very distant second.

There are exceptions, but extremely rare.

Yes I said it, and that is the brutal truth.

#Blaze

Brutal indeed

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tomiwaaa(m): 1:09am On Aug 13
Nice one sir! this is really encouraging... pls sir what do you think of me? 248, 3Cs and 2Bs, MBBS, Unijos.... from south west (Ogun state) pls what are my chances sir?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 2:41pm On Aug 13
Ifyjoshblaze:


Forget about wordsmanship here,we can say and believe whatever we want,to feel and sleep better but reality is always and will always trump fantasy.
I dont want this to turn into an argument cos it is too lopsided to be one.
You say you are different?,thats okay if you think and,believe so.
Las las we go deh okay.
I believe you are not dumb. Paramedic, is all about emergency services, this is not ego play. I told you to look it up the dictionary. how can A nurse be referred to as paramedic? Is nursing about emergency services? Is pharmacy, med lab, restricted to emergency?
paramedic
"a person trained to give emergency medical care to people who are seriously ill with the aim of stabilizing them before they are taken tohospital. Paramedics mainly work as part of the emergency medical services, most often in ambulances.  ."
To go far in life, you must learn to unlearn and relearn.
nawa o, una go argue wetin dey dictionary wetin oyibo man created. You don't watch Medical series or what? You are allergic to dictionary? or allergic to corrections?
same way you people would commit blunders in wards and refuse to listen to corrections. A senior reg did a terrible mistake during surgery, prescriptions were not sound, he was corrected but no, he's a god. Now patient is in sepsis. You are a student, calm ur nerves, relax and learn.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 2:53pm On Aug 13
charleymed:

You're an intelligent man.
Another thing. No doctor earns 50k on a full time job, it could just be a locum arrangement. Doctors on the average do better than every other graduates, as per pay and ease of landing a job. People talk about IT, oil coys, how many engineering graduates get these jobs?
But at least impossible to see a doctor without a job after 2 years post graduation, unless that doctor is either dumb or mentally challenged.

Secondly, medicine and BDS is a skilled degree, you get to learn the art of doing things with your hands, and there are no limits as to the money or height you can attain once you have those skills. There are doctors who are billionaires, orthopedic surgeons, cosmetics and aesthetic surgeons. So, there's no limits to what a doctor can do, even in Nigeria that's terribly bad.

Please Young Minds,
Pursue your MBBS and BDS dreams with every iota of strength and enthusiasm youve got. Even if you don't have passion for medicine, but for the sake that you have to pay bills, be relentless in your pursuits. Don't allow post like this to discourage you from doing the right thing, which is studying a course that will truly empower to be not just self sufficient, but to also make a difference.
Forget all the gist about passion and how you need passion to do well in medical school, those things are trash. You don't have to be passionate to do well, all you need is intelligence and the right attitude.
I never wanted to be a doctor, in fact, the thought of medicine was an eleventh hour decision for. I lived all my life thinking I would be a Catholic priest, I had little or no passion for medicine. But, today... So far so good. I have done very well, I'm doing very well and will still do a whole lot.
The only thing that motivates me is the fear of becoming poor, and I can tell you that, it's big enough to make want to become a very good doctor. Because if I become a good doctor, I will make more money.
lack of passion has thrown many out of med school, it would get tough along the line, passion gets you going. Your case is exceptional and you know it, you didn't tell them about others who got thrown away.
Like i said, I have a twin med doc, both parents are consultants, so do not think I hate on you guys.
Just want people to reason. Many do not know why they wanna study med, usually what they were told to pursue, pear pressure and the rest.
I have worked with many doctors, some act like they are forced to work, no passion, it's the money they are concerned about. patients suffer at the end. Even in school and after, depression over depression. and again, people earn 50k, all ur consultants with private clinics are offering such stupid wages. it's not even about being dull. I love your view anf I respect it, but I stand by mine. Young ones, have a reason, a very genuine one for studying Medicine.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ifyjoshblaze(m): 3:27pm On Aug 13
camobri:

I believe you are not dumb. Paramedic, is all about emergency services, this is not ego play. I told you to look it up the dictionary. how can A nurse be referred to as paramedic? Is nursing about emergency services? Is pharmacy, med lab, restricted to emergency?
paramedic
"a person trained to give emergency medical care to people who are seriously ill with the aim of stabilizing them before they are taken tohospital. Paramedics mainly work as part of the emergency medical services, most often in ambulances.  ."
To go far in life, you must learn to unlearn and relearn.
nawa o, una go argue wetin dey dictionary wetin oyibo man created. You don't watch Medical series or what? You are allergic to dictionary? or allergic to corrections?
same way you people would commit blunders in wards and refuse to listen to corrections. A senior reg did a terrible mistake during surgery, prescriptions were not sound, he was corrected but no, he's a god. Now patient is in sepsis. You are a student, calm ur nerves, relax and learn.

Lol
Okay if you say so.
My post was about making some points and I have made them and I know you got the message.

That's. all. i .care .about.

If you want to sit on the words, na for your pocket.

Goodluck Sir/ma'am.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Brukx(m): 3:42pm On Aug 13
camobri:

lack of passion has thrown many out of med school, it would get tough along the line, passion gets you going. Your case is exceptional and you know it, you didn't tell them about others who got thrown away.
Like i said, I have a twin med doc, both parents are consultants, so do not think I hate on you guys.
Just want people to reason. Many do not know why they wanna study med, usually what they were told to pursue, pear pressure and the rest.
I have worked with many doctors, some act like they are forced to work, no passion, it's the money they are concerned about. suffer at the end. Even in school and after, depression over depression. and again, people earn 50k, all ur consultants with private clinics are offering such stupid wages. it's not even about being dull. I love your view anf I respect it, but I stand by mine. Young ones, have a reason, a very genuine one for studying Medicine.
@Bolded is very debatable. I beg to disagree
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 4:19pm On Aug 13
Brukx:
@Bolded is very debatable. I beg to disagree
experiences differ. Also, schools differ. Some lecturers myt make life easy for you, while some will add salt deep into injury.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by camobri: 4:23pm On Aug 13
Ifyjoshblaze:


Lol
Okay if you say so.
My post was about making some points and I have made them and I know you got the message.

That's. all. i .care .about.

If you want to sit on the words, na for your pocket.

Goodluck Sir/ma'am.
Well, tell ur people to stop dumb shaming people who didn't do medicine. We are plenty who hate anything medicine, but USA is a goal na, so I opted for Nursing, less stressful to study and with it, it's easier to port away from this useless country.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ifyjoshblaze(m): 1:21am On Aug 14
camobri:

Well, tell ur people to stop dumb shaming people who didn't do medicine. We are plenty who hate anything medicine, but USA is a goal na, so I opted for Nursing, less stressful to study and with it, it's easier to port away from this useless country.

Only cowards and insecure people will shame and doxx other people for studying other course(s)
Big cowards and "little people" they are.

I admire your drive and determination to succeed in your field.

I think you've come across a lot of medical students and doctors with questionable characters and maybe being compared unfavourably to your sisters too have made you to kinda dislike all things medicine.

Just Chill and have it in mind that they are in the minority.
Enjoy your life and what you do.
F**k them all.

An arrogant and self centered person would still be that way regardless of his/her career trajectory.

Goodluck to us all as we try to salvage something out of this God forsaken country.
I'll see you at the top.

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