Going to medical school in Silicon Valley, I’ve had the opportunity to be housemates with more than a few good entrepreneurial start-up types. One of the mantras of those guys is “fail early and fail often”. What it’s supposed to mean (or at least what I think it’s supposed to mean) is that by making […]
First Class is a Success!
I can say that I successfully passed my first class of medical school! Stressing over the studying gave me enough of a headache to know, I will not be participating in weekday social events nightly ever again! I studied for 30 of the last 48 hours and pulling the equivalent of an A on the […]
The Whirlwind Before the Storm
One of the many opportunities offered to an incoming first year includes my school’s Prematriculation Program, more commonly known as “Prematric”. We spend 4 weeks learning the first block of anatomy before the school year starts. The last 4 weeks have been amazingly informative and busy. I walked in on the first day expecting a […]