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Life as a 4th Year NUS Medical Student
Ever wanted to find out what a day in the life of a 4th Year medical student is like? Then this post is for you!
The (not-so-definitive) guide to surviving your clinical years
Here are some of my top tips for surviving your clinical years!
Life as a 3rd Year NUS Medical Student
And so my 3rd year is over; it’s been a hectic 11 months of non-stop clinical rotations and exams, but boy does it feel great to be done with what is dubbed as the ‘toughest/most tiring’ year of Med school!
Chasing Dreams \\ not all who wander in med school are lost
One of my dearest long-time friends told me that ‘not all who wander are lost’ is the quote that best represents me, and I couldn’t help but agree.
Singapore Med School FAQs: “Is Medicine right for me?” and other burning questions
Ever since the first article in this series, I’ve been receiving a lot of questions from my readers. So in this post, I’ve tried my best to cover the full scope of these questions to hopefully help y’all make a more informed decision about pursuing Medicine!
Life as a 2nd Year NUS Medical Student
For anyone who’s stumbled upon my blog for the first time, hello! I’m Faith, a medical student who’s just completed her second year in NUS YLLSoM. This is part 2 of my “Life as a Medical Student” series, so read on!
Life as a 1st Year NUS Medical Student
Maybe I’m googling wrongly, but there seems to be a dearth of information with regard to what life in NUS Med is like, which is why I’m attempting to write this post to give you a rough overview of what life as a first-year medical student is like.
[2023 update] The (not-so-definitive) guide to applying for NUS Med/YLLSoM & NTU/LKCSoM
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably been looking around for more info on whether your grades will make the cut for local med, or what the application timeline is like, so read on!