Ten things you learn during First Year
Believe it or not, even with the constant fear of ragging and getting bistyfied on welcome party, first year is still the best! There are some things that you learn in the first few months here at KE:
1. Never fear when substage is near
The fear of the first substage is always the worst. You can’t help but text every senior you know, call your mothers to pray for you, learn every word from every book there is and still worry like it’s the end of the world.
But everything changes a few weeks later:
2. Marks don’t matter AT ALL
3. Never comment/post in your class group unless highly necessary.
Because whatever the post is, it will always turn into a meaningless debate.
|Every time you get into a debate|
4. You will never learn the names of all your class fellows.
300+ students. All in one batch. Nope, you will not be able to remember all their names.
5. Join every society there is.
Joining societies and participating in various events is a must. It will help you keep your sanity.
6. Never study for spotting.
Because no matter how many times you've studied Mcminn’s, Netter, BD and Acland, you still won’t be able to identify any nerve or artery.
7. Failing a substage/test is no big deal
You might cry the first time but trust me, you’ll get used to it and in the end it won’t even matter.
8. Taking notes during lectures doesn’t help
Listening to the lectures or taking notes is no help, better plug in your earphones.
9. Your best friend will never forget to mark your proxy