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How Is It Easy To Become A Medical by Success410: 5:00pm On Nov 25, 2019
I am 26, a Microbiology graduate, presently undergoing my NYSC. I have been planning to put in for medicine immediately after my service easy (Direct entry). Pls what advice do u have to render your Boy. Should I continue or i should go in search of job after the service, as age is no longer by my side and I am from a poor family that virtually most are expecting from me. Pls push this to front page for reasonable opinions.
Re: How Is It Easy To Become A Medical by sunnychibs(m): 5:04pm On Nov 25, 2019
26 and you say age is not by your side?

How pathetic



*spews
Re: How Is It Easy To Become A Medical by GideonOmach(m): 10:36pm On Dec 11, 2019
Success410:
I am 26, a Microbiology graduate, presently undergoing my
NYSC. I have been planning to put in for medicine immediately
after my service easy (Direct entry). Pls what advice do u have
to render your Boy. Should I continue or i should go in search
of job after the service, as age is no longer by my side and I
am from a poor family that virtually most are expecting from
me. Pls push this to front page for reasonable opinions.

My counsel will not be absolute because this is a basically two way something as there is for everything.

if you say age, it is relative. I have seen many who were over 30 years go back to medical school; scores of them who got married, were engineers, already working, had undergone higher studies went back to medical school.

On the other hand, many, like you have complained, did likewise and there they found themselves not meant for medicine. Life goes on and they are doing fine, no regrets. They must have had their eyes on many things. perhaps they were more concerned about the pay, then, it became true that Time had gone truly, hence they had no trouble doing any other thing to generate money since it was about the pay.

if you have God and passion, you will be justified in the end, even though it may take long before you arrive; but if you don't, you'll look at going back as either a long way that may not be profitable when you could be doing something else and have profits.
Your best bet of Foresight now is your Fire and passion for the practice... not just the pay (there are far better paying careers than medicine like IT) but that joy in the end that you made it afterall.. it's worth it.

Studying medicine doesn't just earn you the license to practice, trust of your patients and respect from the public but those toils and the demands it places on you also gives you an opportunity as an advantage of process to see into and utilize the deeper part of you in order to build you into a better individual (i.e. if you your access to medical school is dual - you went through the school and the school went through you)!

if you are so impassioned but fear the bills, your passion can influence Faith in you and your Faith can make or connect ways for you. I've seen people who paid their way through medical school without a dime of their own pocket. it was scholarships and other digital services like essay competition. Money wasn't the problem for them.

if you feel you are so ambitious or doubtful, (either ways) but you also feel time is running out on you because of circumstances, go get something to do, work, settle down but if you really would have medicine, you cannot hold back but get back to medical school.

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