Friday, June 27, 2014

Reflecting On My First Year of Med School. in gifs.



THE TESTING PART OF MED SCHOOL:

Me on half the test questions every test:

quickly followed by:

and then there's the practical exams during which we all basically look like this:
(such a lovely group of doctors we are... XD)


then I see the lecturers afterwards and I'm just like:

but there's always those classmates that are like:

which makes me go:


because:

but y'know, they're med school tests, just another phrase for:


;) 

THE LECTURE PART OF MED SCHOOL:
This part varies widely. We start by asking the 2nd years what to expect from each new lecturer and they say:

or:

or:

or:
(I am not even kidding on that one...her shoes were pretty fun. And I totally love her.)

and they finish with:

and then we get to the lecture itself usually feeling like:

and when the lecture gets really, really, boring:

but then sometimes lecture is really intense and we go:

and the lecturers go:

though usually we all tend to focus on hearing these words:


and when we question physician guest lecturers who are specialists:

But when we question PhD lecturers on obscure pathways it's just:


When we ask about test questions:

and:

And when we say we're aiming for 100%, 2nd years go:

and then after the test, if we complain about a question no one remembered the answer to, the lecturers say:



THE CADAVER LAB PART OF MED SCHOOL:
which can be summed up as:

but also
(because without that...you try putting something back together without ever having seen it.) 


OVERALL: 

even though sometimes we wonder: 

and ask:

and our wise faculty tell us:

so we go from 

and 

to:



Year One is over today.





6 thoughts shared:

Alyianna Baggins said...

Congrats! A lot of these memes have described my first year in college for English. ;)

Vicki said...

YES.

I knew you could do it. I knew God would empower and equip you to do this awesome thing. Just look at everything you've learned and accomplished in one year!! I'm so, so, SO very proud of you, and I look up to and admire you and maaaaay or may not even brag about you to people I know in real life whom you will almost certainly never meet. I'm THAT proud of you.

Enjoy your well-deserved break, and use it to recuperate and prepare yourself for the next part of your journey. You're on your way and you've made a fabulously awesome start!!!

So many hugs and confetti-tosses and cheers and parties and whoops of joy,

Vicki <3

Vicki said...

Also, Blogger recommended this post to me for no apparent reason tonight, and I so greatly enjoyed the photos of much-younger you that I thought I'd share them with you too:

http://firstseekhim.blogspot.com/2010/02/me-my-life-what-i-love-to-do-for-fun.html

Hugs!!
Vicki

Ashton said...

*grins* that was a pretty awesome reflection. ;)

Jessica Greyson said...

These are always the BEST EVER!!!!!!! XD so awesome! I am so glad you survived! I don't know how you come up with the best gifs for everything!!!!!

Katherine Sophia said...

Thanks, Alyianna! :) I imagine there must be similarities across a lot of first years...it'll be interesting to see how second years compare across disciplines. XD

*hugs* thank you, Vicki!! Your prayers and encouragement have helped me get here... :)
and lol...those pictures seem like ages ago...wow... XD

;) thanks, Ashton! Glad you enjoyed it! I'm hoping to do a more serious reflection at some point, but needed to do something mindless and fun first. XD

:D thank you, Jessica! practice... XD

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