i want my old self...

there was this one time when cam offered me a ride until pegasus in QC that i realized that im getting lazier and lazier in school. while she was driving i tole cam that i feel like i am not myself anymore since taking the board exams. she used to tease me bibbo because im soooo ma-aral daw and very active in class, but now i tole her that i am not the old dak. i didn't study for boards. half true. i didn't enroll in a review center nor study during summer break, i didn't study but 1 week before the examination day. i crammed, created possible mnemonics just so i can memorize all i should memorize. every night i studied for boards as long as im free from my assignments in medicine and sometimes even sacrificing quizzes, i worked hard just to make sure i could pass. Yes, i passed and i dunno, i feel so tired already... the first semester's about to end yet i feel like it's summer vacation that im facing... it affected my grades sooo much that i should double my effort next semester!


i am now a sluggish medical student, like an entamoeba coli swimming in a watery shit. it's getting worse pa after the pharmacology shifting exam, i want my old self... help me!


everybody hates pharmacology... if there's a bully in med school, for sure pharmacology un! after the shifting exam yesterday, the fire alarm rang and i guess it was due to the pharma exam! hindi na siguro mapigilan nung second year med student ang nararamdaman, the hatred brought by the pharmacology exam! it was a better outlet to punch the fire alarm than to burn one of the pharma prof's cars. the exam was sooooo hard i think 90% of the batch failed the exam. majority even got the wrong drug in prescription writing! what the heck dba? owell, it was very depressing that we pigged out again... the crepe was good.


i read boo chanco's article in phil star today page B4 and i soooo much agree in what he had written. his first line goes like "First of all, the unfortunate slur on Pinoy docotrs on Desperate Housewives is just plainly stupid.". He has a lot of relatives pala who are great doctors here and abroad so he really should know. He said there that CHEd is largely to blame due to the deterioration in the quality of local medical education. According to him, the CHEd allowed the proliferation of medical schools with no due regard to quality training in terms of faculty and teaching facilities. i was shocked to knoe that there are actually 38 medical schools in the philippines, not including the new ateneo med school. andami pala, inisip ko tuloy where are those other medical schools... hay...


okay, stop na... sana maging okay na ang lahat... ayoko ma-depress, hindi ako maka-aral...

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