One test day down. Three more to go. Then, we will be officially done with 1/8 of our med school journey.
This week was Joey’s birthday! He is now two human years old. Having a dog in med school is so much fun and great for our sanity. Janna gets to go home during the week to a little doggy that is so excited to see her he can’t hold his pee. Joey lets his shower of affection flow for Anthony during weekday visits and when Anthony take Joey home over the weekend.
In addition to the college classes we listed in our last post, there is one more area you may consider studying up on–accents. Med school professors come from all around the world. So far we have had lectures in the following accents: Texan, British, Aussie, Peruvian, and Chinese.
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.
Ahhh! Slight panic. Between the graduation parties and surprise med school deadline, the first week of summer flew by way too fast.
With seven weeks before med school, we have now ofﬁcially graduated from college (our diplomas will hopefully arrive soon). So, now we’ve also ofﬁcially started our last pre-med summer. To ensure we make the best use of this summer, we asked a few friends from the medical field advice. Here’s what a few of them said.