Dealing with failure

As the title suggests this is not a great post. I was seriously debating whether I should write a blog post about it but after having slept on it, I decided I want to at least start changing the perception of failure a bit by bit within my medical school. It is taking me a…

Teaching each other

At my university, we have a society which enables medical students in years 2-5 to teach the younger years. Peer learning is a great way to both learn and impart your knowledge on others. I’m now the year 3 coordinator for this society which means that I’m in charge of organising all the teaching sessions…

Cupertino’s help

I received the results of my end of year exams a few days ago and if you follow me on Instagram you’ll know that I passed everything. I can’t begin to tell you how relived I was when I read the email. My heart stopped as I heard my phone make the dreaded “ding” sound…

Checklist for exams

I know I know, the last thing you want to see is another post on social media regarding exams. But I can completely understand the amount of pressure that some of you are under, especially those who are waiting on the outcome of these results to get you into university or a job. So here’s…