19.8.09

420# End of Semester 7 - END

24 hours post completion of our First Professional Exam aka the End of Semester 7 exam.

It's quite a relief after all the daily non stop studying and practicing. We pull the wires so hard and just right before it snaps the tension drops after the last buzzer buzzed during the exam.

Come think of it, I consider that our threshold is getting higher and higher already, after each of every major exams.



After the exam yesterday, I went for lunch with a few friends. Instead of going to watch movie with them, I went home to sleep. I just don't feel like doing anything but instead of a good rest.

When I was trying to sleep, I got a call from the Academic Affair Department.

I got freaked out when the name "AAD" appear on my phone screen, Holy cow, so fast they're calling me to tell me that I failed my exam?

"Hello...?"
"Is this Chie Ming?"
"Yes, speaking."
"Chie Ming, I'm calling from AAD, please hold on I'm gonna transfer your line..."

(Heartbeat)

"Hello, Chie Ming?"
"Oh yes."
"About your application to the IJN..."

Walao, scared the hell out of me. I thought they called me to tell me the exam result. Who knows they were just calling me to fill up my elective application form of National Heart Institute which I'm applying.

2 more days to the announcement of result. Hope everyone can pass straight.



Camping at home to study for almost 3 weeks and I've been eating at home for most of the days.
I just don't feel like eating out. Mainly I feel more secure at home, secondly eating time is the only time where I can watch "Burning Flame III" and "Astro Fighter Sunred" on the laptop.

I drank 4 cups of coffee a day, and 1 cup noodle almost every night. Because of getting bored of mixed rice, I ate KFC almost 3 times a week. Not very healthy way of living for a person who is going to teach people how to stay healthy.



Rice box for breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday for 3 weeks.

I'm getting really sick of it.

And I had a rice box one and a half hour ago. Feel so nauseous already.

Time for McD, before 3pm.


PS: I wish everyone, all 83 of us will pass this exam, no one gets left behind.

4 comments:

AstrayP03 (Zhe) said...

*I drank 4 cups of coffee a day, and 1 cup noodle almost every night. Because of getting bored of mixed rice, I ate KFC almost 3 times a week. Not very healthy way of living for a person who is going to teach people how to stay healthy.*

*nods head in agreement*

Mike said...

with this fact, i don't know how should i convince my patients to practice healthy lifestyle, since i don't practice it myself.

Chan said...

i watched burning flame (stupid name to be honest, all flames burn) on AOD in my aunties place...sohai fella wana cisat cos gf left him n date his best friend..damn ghey new generation ppl...

To convince our parents generation to adopt healthy lifestyle is quite difficult because they are entrenched in their old ways...and when you tell them to change...they say they are parents and brought you up so they know better...now i know why some don't treat own family..

Mike said...

I finished burning flame III too just right on the day before the OSCE. Not very nice la. Emo like shit. Previous ones are better.

About that issue... just because we are families so they'll treat us like son and daughter instead of a professional doctors. so they will not buy our words, but instead maybe they will take whatever said by random fellas outside regarding health. ah sux.

but somehow my parents do listen to me words. because they fund me to medical school and now they are getting advices which they've paid for. lol.

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