[quote] The more she did not like the subject, the harder it was for her, the harder she worked. i have little bit of community college under my belt and those grades are not even really good. Each step of your medical journey will feel like the hardest when you are experiencing it and that it is true. It saved the whole family lots of trouble and huge amount of dough. Be prepared for the roughest years of your life (until residency). Dating in medical school is not impossible. A common mistake I saw with classmates would be writing everything down, highlighting it in every color of the rainbow, and still not being able to articulate what it was they were supposed to have learned. the oldest in D's medical school class was 46 y o when he (or maybe she) started at Med. Junior is a year when they think hard about college and potential major, at least those who plan on college.
while I agree with the beginning of your post about the glamorization of forensic pathology, there is nothing wrong with wanting to do it. The 25 Easiest U.S. I started group studying, which I could not stand in undergrad. It’s all about demonstrating improvement. Will I get an interview?" That makes the reward that much sweeter.,