One test day down. Three more to go. Then, we will be officially done with 1/8 of our med school journey.
First of all, we’d like to extend a warm-felt apology to all our dedicated followers. All two of you (hi mom and dad).
Anyways, so here’s what’s happened and what’s going to happen.
…and so we’ve completed another med school test cycle. And so we’ve experienced a full serving and a half of fun, rainbows, and butterflies.
And by fun, rainbows, and butterflies, we mean stress, studying, and sadness.
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).
Exams are two weeks away. And the information is only pilling on more and more.