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7 STRUGGLES OF A SLACKER WHO ACCIDENTALLY MAKES IT TO K.E

by
Nawal Asif Khan
First Year(M.B.B.S)


1. WAKING UP EARLY
                                        The first sentence you utter when you realize the clock has struck 6am is “Kiya museebat hai yaar, phir jaana paray ga university”. It requires lot of courage to wake up this early. But when you’re successfully done with waking this early, you feel quite proud of yourself


​2. SLEEP Vs. LISTENING TO LECTURE
                                             This struggle is really hard. Your mind constantly tells you NOT TO SLEEP. But you just can't help sleeping. 


3. DEALING WITH "THEETAS"
                          Theetas do their best to make you hate yourself. You get depression when you see them being so devoted to studies because your priorities are just FOOD AND SLEEP. No study.


4. LETTING GO OF YOUR FACEBOOK ADDICTION
                                       When you're officially addicted to wasting time on internet for absolutely no reason, congratulations! You've successfully destroyed your life. Meanwhile many of your class fellows aren't even on facebook. Right in the feels.


5. PREPARING FOR TESTS/SUBSTAGES
                                           I am writing this blog one day before my substage. You can well imagine how devoted are the SLACKERS like me, for passing the tests/substages. Anatomy is so easy that you feel burden on your mind after having read only one page. 



6. GETTING A SEAT
                  Among people so punctual, you're always few minutes late to the class, no matter how hard you try to reach in time. And then the only seat you can have, are the STAIRS. 




7. MAKING YOURSELF IMMUNE TO FAILING TIME TO TIME
                                       This is really hard for any student with a bright past of always scoring 90% and above. You have to be courageous enough in the start, but you'll get used to it with time. 

But at the end of the day, you really feel thankful to Allah for blessing you the title of being A KEMCOLIAN. Hope you all can relate :P

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