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Final Year First Posting

I finally in my final year of study.

As usual, no internet in the hostel. And not that much time to go online in library or wherever. Plus, i am lazy.

I'm changing to become a very hardworking person today. However, i contracted a fever. Then i lost my motivation.

I'm doing my O&G posting now in Likas Women and Child Hospital. It was nice, that hospital is fully air conditioned. Very cold everyday. Maybe that is why i have this fever right now. My immune system is not working well or maybe it is, that is why i'm killing all the virus with the high temperature within me.

I am a little nervous going through this final year as people expect me to know everything. However, i did not. But i do know things.

Study is quite interesting because everything is a revision for me now. Still there is a sign symptoms of failure that i have.

What is it?

I guess sign symptoms of failure includes:

1. Lazy
2. Overconfident
3. Lack of motivation
4. Unworried about exams.
5. Poor time management
6. Busy on other things
7. watching too much movies
8. Sleepy during lecture
9. Loss of concentration
10. Negative thinking.

i guess there are many more sign and symptoms for failure.

However, the interesting part is i heard a saying from my friend describing sign and symptoms of success (in exams).

He said as a medical student, to become successfull all you need are:

1. You know the exams questions and answers.
2. You know how to write
3. You know how to bluff.


However this three things are not easy to get even though you study the whole night long.

What to do? Just pray.

By the way, i don't like O&G but i love the patients. Why? I guess all pregnant mother have something in their face making them look comforting and happy. Making me happy. Maybe because they were excited with their baby (especially the primigravida), or maybe it was their hormone.

That's all. No more idea. Adios.


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