You have to realise early on that you are no longer the best. Whereas in your A level classes you will have been within the top one or two students, now you are not. You are in a room FULL of top one or two' students. Laura Stevens, 1st year Dundee medical student Due to the graphic nature of many of the presentations, subjects of a weak disposition should look away... or definitely not attempt to stuff yourself until you are well accustomed to images that are about to be unleashed onto your brainstem vomiting centre. Elizabeth Li, 2nd year Manchester medical student Okay - you got in. Now what do you do? This is the no-nonsense guide to the reality of medical student life. Everything you need to know is here. How do I find my way to lectures? Can I live on hamburgers? How do I give effective presentations? How much can I drink without vomiting in Freshers week? What about student loans? How should I prepare for exams? Exactly how much work should I be doing? What if I faint in dissection class? and much, much moreHowever (controversially), life is much easier if you have your own computer. The internet can be accessed at all the venues listed at computer access points and some universities may also have wireless access around the campus or university buildings. You are ... Ask the computer technicians at your medical school, university or library if you need assistance. ... Just make sure you have spelt the word correctly using a medical dictionary before adding it to the computer dictionary.
|Title||:||The Medical Student's Survival Guide: The early years|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2007|