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- November 28th, 2013, 02:47 PM #21
How Do Toppers Study?
Those exams, the proffs...
That cud be helped by with all the mugging, i.e just memorizing in a way thats interesting enough to stick.
And that clinical practice..
That makes you ace your practical side as a doc.
A balance is necessary i suppose...
NOT hitting those books like one needs to might not get those soaring scores.
Nowhere but in PAK does the theory system exist anymore for the professional exams,
Its all MCQ now..
Wonder if in a decade that might come around for us too.
But i until it doesn't...
Memory (and good as it is the better..) is gonna be playing that mbbs game.November 28th, 2013, 02:47 PM #22
Those 832 words of vocabulary, all ratta, guess I barely did 5 or 6 out of 14, bad at english
Then the good crammers even knew the rules of grammar while me? Lol
Then Biology, 88 mcqs, not even one that involved any real concepts, great.
Chemistry, still mostly memorizing, like they want us to know the enthalpy of formation of CO2, I thought it wont be ratta, it has to be negative, thats the concept but then I saw three out of the four values were negative, like couldn't they give us all the values and make us calculate it, idiots, Physics was conceptual but not much, hardly any numericals
Then they said MCAT's gonna be conceptual.November 28th, 2013, 02:51 PM #23
it's all of their luck....!November 28th, 2013, 03:54 PM #24November 28th, 2013, 05:08 PM #25
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But that's the thing, I took a gap year. And even my A Levels studies were rough around the edges. And the last 20 days were really all I had, but I stuck to the syllabus through and through.November 28th, 2013, 10:19 PM #26
FSC and UHS exam don't matter if you aim to be a good doctor,do they sweeten the deal? Sure! but since the exam system in Pakistan is **** and 90% of the time the paper is out its now nearly impossible to get into a public sector college. But once your in things change, like REALLY CHANGE! MBBS study is fun, I personally enjoy studying (****ty i know) but still... Fact is it doesn't matter how much effort you put in the fact is, as long as the system doesn't change, number of hours and hard work doesn't count. Here is an example : my roommate when we were in first year repeated fsc and gave the uhs test again, he scored 940 in UHS that last year and boosted his merit for 80% to 84% he was sure to get in so he left the hostel. Turns out the merit closed at 84. something... He got detained as he didn't give the final exam and thought to repeat the UHS exam, This year he score 960. And the merit went above 86. something... i heard so... Yea life is unfair
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