So, it’s back to the routine for Fall Quarter with 4 weeks until the next set of tests. All of our course classes are the same and continuing right where they left off. Some new additions include two new labs: Physical Diagnosis and Physiology. The other change is our religion class.
It’s over! We have officially completed our first test week of med school. And, we both survived. What a week.
Three days of testing and our brains are mush. 92 questions, 140 minutes, and lots of prayer everyday. So much to know and oh soooo much that wasn’t tested except, of course, for those few things we had no idea about. Today is the last day of test week, and it is a bit lighter. …
The dreaded week is here with the terrifyingly, scary tests of doom. First tests are always so scary since we don’t know what to expect (although all med school tests will probably be scary).
This week we had Monday off, for Labor Day. Three-day weekends in med school are a little different from our college and high school days. They’re not quite as fun-filled to the brim as they used to be, but they’re definitely still appreciated–perhaps even more so.
So, we still aren’t a 100% sure about all the financial details, but here is a little more about the financial aid opportunities as promised by our previous posts: $$money and 4 Weeks.
Exams are two weeks away. And the information is only pilling on more and more.