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Blogger Profile: Ammar Anwar

Ammar Anwar from 1st Year MBBS has been an avid reader of KemUnited since his SSC days. He serves as a Writer and Junior Contributor at KemUnited which, for him, is like a dream come true. He has published 4 blogs on KemUnited so far and likes to write about his own experiences at KEMU and things that take his mind off of studies. He loves reading, watching movies and Superhero TV Shows. His favorite websites to surf besides KemUnited and Kellogs are, Cracked and The Verge. His favorite chill out spot at KEMU is Patiala Ground. If he were to be made the VC of KEMU, he would like to make Saturdays off, make a better cafeteria with a greater variety of food items and provide better facilities at the hostels. The goals that he wishes to achieve during his five year stay at KEMU are:

  •  Be a better person and a good doctor
  •  Focus on the "serving-the-humanity" angle of the profession
  •  Making his parents and family proud
  •  Making a lot of memories
  •  Enjoying every moment to the fullest


      The journey to King Edward, from a dream to reality.

      The first stage experience of a firstula.

      A guide to the must-watch shows to watch on a binge.

     A guide to the must-watch shows to watch on a binge.

5. Shows To Binge Watch This Summer III: Prof. Edition
      A guide to the must-watch shows to watch during the so-intense-it-takes-a-toll-on-your-sanity prof.

6. MCAT Myth-Busting 
      Busting all the myths regarding MCAT and separating fact from fiction.

7. The Survival Guide: Food
      The First in the series of Firstula Survival Kit, all the essentials needed to survive at KEMU.

8. The Survival Guide: Ragging
      The Second in the series of Firstula Survival Kit, all the essentials needed to survive at KEMU.

      The First in the series of Comprehensive Study Guides for 1st Year MBBS - Answering all the questions firstulas ask about which books to buy and where to study from.


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