Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Not so prepared for 4th year exams

I've never really been to an exam thinking "okay, i am well prepared, and ready to kill the paper!", and this exam is no exception.

There is simply too many possible random things that can pop up (public health.. omg!), and simply put...

the more i learn the more i forget.

I thought my revision was going quite well, ticking off a lot of the topics as i went along; but my brain has failed to store the information, and at this moment in time, I feel as clueless as i was a few weeks ago.

It's nice to think, that after these exams, we'll pass the year and become the finalists (i don't want to jinx things, but this day can't come any sooner!), but before i can even start day dreaming about it... there are these huge exams next week which are pretty darn scary! 

Back to cramming. 


Purple Student Doctor said...

I know how you feel. The closer it got to my exams and the more revision I did, the less I seemed to know! Good luck for them :)

Anonymous said...

Be wary of the osce bits, because between what happened to the final year and the reaction I heard from the third years about their own, I reckon the folks at barts are somehow going for the kill this year

Tofu said...


Thanks for the Good Luck PSD :)

Much much appreciated - - only 3 days to go.. i will take all the luck i can get my hands on.


Eeeks, i'm a little bit unsure with what you mean. So you reckon they're going to really random stations - or that they're going to be the same old stuff but a high mark to pass?

I've not really heard much about the 3rd years exams yet, other than the random "Warfarin dose and tablet colour question".