Feeling like an angry teenager. And feeling tired even before the real thing begins. Exams are great at making you question your life.
50% of the marks to go for M4. And technically 50% through the whole study break + exams (except that exams haven’t even started). Well, you just need 50% to pass… but being a typical med student who freaks out because there’s a mcq qn you gotten wrong or there’s no answer key… how happy will I be with 50%?
But the pursuit for more than 50% is like selling your life with no guaranteed returns. Why do I do this. I realised I can never know the opportunity cost for working like a slave (to competition, to societal norms, to expectations from I don’t know where) and getting a breather and sleep… until everything is over. Why do lessons always come by retrospectively.