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COMING TO TERMS WITH THE REALITY...(continued) :

Part1

hey hey!.... okay kids...as i mentioned in my previous blog , here are a few reasons that i and my friends concluded why students lose their interest in studies... don't let yourselves fall prey to any of them.... so here goes:

1. the wholesomeness of getting into a medical college!
lesson : getting into this place is only one of the innumerable achievements u have to make iA! .. n with time , you'll realise how petty an achievement this was...:P
2. as a sheer act of rebellion coz ur parents forced u in...!
lesson: now that you're here , there's no turning back! so accept life as it is and stop wasting time! you 'll harm no one but yourself this way !
3. you find medicine really tough and boring..
lesson: med is boring without doubt... but now that it's gonna be what you eat , drink n breathe... it's ur job to make it fun ! group discussions , different websites cud be helpful!
4. u fail a test or a substage , n u decide to give up !
lesson: failure is sumthng u myt have to come across time and again at kemu (though i wish not).... but don't let it bother u much ! prepare for the next one with a new spirit..!
5. u find out that you'll have to compete with nerds frm all over the country n beyond.. so you become hopeless!
lesson: never underestimate yourself ! they have nothing that you lack! so give ur best!
6. lastly , theeta complex as i call it ! :p u fear that if u top a test , your buddies will call u a theeta! n u think that failing tests is cool!
lesson: come on kids ! stop fooling yourselves ! umm..that's all i can say..

At the end... if there's any other trouble u r facing , you're just a click away! Use this blog. Ask and ye shall receive !!! you'll get a solution!! tc! all the best ! ciao!

Comments

  1. Okay.. so i was really waiting for this part and also liked it pretty much! :)
    But lol having said that, i really dun c why shud i still not try falling prey to one of these and get my own thrills ! lol
    STILL thumbs up to you!! :)

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  2. well i do think dat ppl here r way too mch smarter nd sharper than me....bt m habitual to ths thngy.....wherever i go...i find d toughest environment....so it okie here :)

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  3. well i do think dat ppl here r way too mch smarter nd sharper than me....bt m habitual to ths thngy.....wherever i go...i find d toughest environment....so it okie here :)

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  4. LOL...yes ive had my share and fallen prey to these very things...but the 1st profs cured me..!!

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