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KemUnited - The Official Blog of King Edward Medical University
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Team-KemUnited



"I felicitate the entire team of KemUnited - The Official Student blog of KEMU on a marvelous job over the last few years. This blog provides a platform to our creative young minds to reach out and show to the world that we are not just the best in academics but are multi-talented individuals who excel in all fields of life..... "

                  Prof. Dr. Asad Aslam Khan 
Staff President KemUnited 

Professor of Ophthalmology 



The idea of KemUnited - A student blog show-casing the awesomeness of the Kemcolians - came like a light-bulb moment as I was cleaning up my old books and past-papers after my last viva of 3rd year prof. What started as a resource for past-papers and study-guides has now turned into a complete go-to source for the latest campus news and updates. KemUnited has successfully carved its own niche in the student life of KEMU. It has successfully collaborated with other societies in holding multiple online events as well. We feel utmost pride when we say that we are the only medical college in Pakistan who have this kind of online presence. The entire KemUnited team is exceptionally talented and has played their part in making the blog a huge success. We also thank all our wonderful teachers and professors for their full support and guidance.
Muhammad Bilal aka McFearless
Founder and Chief-administrator
2011-2013 




"What started with the noble vision of uniting Kemcolians on one platform, KemUnited now without doubt serves as a life saver for Kemcolians during tests, stages and above all, prof; a mentor for aspiring Kemcolians/doctors and post graduates alike owing to the vast collection of resource material and guides; information and entertainment media round the year with a plethora of articles covering all aspects of a Kemcolian’s campus life, a creative outlet for writers and artists; a respite from all the stress and politics; the voice of Kemcolians and the face of the university. It is Kemcolianism personified! "
Laiba Khalid
Founding Member and Chief-administrator
2013 - 15 




Cabinet 2016



Senior Cabinet 2016


"Be more accepting, don't judge the people you've never met, don't blame someone you've never had a proper conversation with, LIVE AND LET LIVE, otherwise the world won't be worth living in"
     Muhammad Salik 
      Chief Administrator 
   KemCabinet 2016







     "Fret not where the road will take you. Just take the first step. That's the hardest part and that's what you are responsible for."
     Unsa Athar
     Chief Administrator 
     KemCabinet 2016








Muhammad Mohsin Ali Dynamo
Senior Administrator
KemCabinet 2016





Muhammad Usama Irshad aka Heathcliff
Senior Administrator
KemCabinet 2016









Final Year Cabinet 2016



Anosha Anwar

Senior Contributor
KemCabinet 2016

Fatima Qamar
Senior Contributor
KemCabinet 2016
Insha Tirmizi
Senior Contributor
KemCabinet 2016


Maryum Ayub
Senior Contributor
KemCabinet 2016
Ayesha Shahid
Senior Contributor
KemCabinet 2016



Third Year Cabinet 2016

Hadia Tahir
Head Graphic Designer
KemCabinet 2016

Larabe Farrukh 
Incharge KemGallery
Media Co-ordinator
KemCabinet 2016
Romesa Qaiser Khan
Assistant Administrator

KemCabinet 2016

Bilal Rehman 
Contributor
KemCabinet 2016
 
Aneeqa Javed
Social Administrator
KemCabinet 2016
Aimen Saeed
Content Creator
KemCabinet 2016



Lubaba Mukhtar
Class Representative
KemCabinet 2016
Kainat Zafar Laghari
Contributor

Photographer
KemCabinet 2016
Zanira Ali
Content Creator
KemCabinet 2016
Maham Waqar
Writer
KemCabinet 2016


Second Year Cabinet 2016


Ayesha Saeed Malik
Class Representative
KemCabinet 2016
Ammar Anwar
Junior Administrator
Graphic Designer
KemCabinet 2016
Ayesha Mushtaq
Content Creator
KEDS Correspondent
KemCabinet 2016



First Year Cabinet 2016

Eesha Razia 
Content Creator
KemCabinet 2016
Muhammad Shehryar
Class Representative
KemCabinet 2016
Hassaan Wajid
Class Representative
KemCabinet 2016
Bilawal Ranjha
Graphic Designer
KemCabinet 2016



Previous Contributors

Taroob Lateef
Senior Administrator
2013-15
Moeed Ahmed
Senior Administrator
2013-15











 Class of 2009                  
Asad Khizar
No. of Blogs: 8

Class of 2010
 Faria Shahab 
Advisor 2010-11
No. of blogs: 3



Class of 2011
Jawaria Shahab 
aka Altapete81
No. of Blogs: 11
Dr. M. Tauseef Omer
aka TechWorld
Editor FCPS Section





Class of 2012



 Class of 2013
Sadaf Hafeez aka Hakuna Matata
No. Of Blogs : 26
Chief Admin 2013

Faiza Hameed
No. of Blogs: 8

Sidrah Latif
No. of Blogs:2

Fizza Mobasher
No. of Blogs: 3
Rabia Zia
No. of Blogs: 7















Class of 2014
Farkhanda Qaiser
No. of Blogs: 14
Editor USMLE Section
Muhammad Fahad
Videographer
















Class of 2015

Maryam Shahid
Contributor
No. of Blogs: 6
One life, One chance" 
Isma Iftikhar 
Contributor










Reja Khalid
Contributor
Hira Mahmood
Contributor




Class of 2016
Haania Khan
Photographer & Videographer
Class Representative
No. of Blogs: 3
Aleesha Kainat 
No. of Blogs: 4
Editor

Fatima Qamar
No. of Blogs: 2
Editor &
Class Representative
''Beneath this mask
there is an idea...
& ideas are bulletproof. ''
Syed Ahmad Raza
No. of Blogs: 2
Class Representative
'' Dream it, have it ''
Insha TirmiziEditor Research Section
No.of Blogs: 2




Amna Khalil
No. of Blogs: 3
Blog writer
''The child is grown

The dream is gone''




Ayesha Shahid
Editor Urdu Section
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Anosha Anwar
No. of Blogs: 3
Blog writer


                                  


                           
Qudrat Ullah
No. of Blogs: 1
Graphics designer
"Fear God, Love all, trust none"
Waqar Akram
Web Developer



Class of 2017


Usama Irshad
aka Heathcliff
Editor KemLore
& USMLE Section
No. of Blogs: 11
"Cogito ergo sum"
Muhammad Salik
Graphic Designer &
Editor USMLE Section
No.of Blogs: 11

 
 Awais Raza
Photographer & 
Videographer
Class Representative
No. of Blogs: 4

Class of 2018


Muhammad Usama
No. of Blogs: 3
Photographer 
Graphic Designer
Assistant Social Networking Admin
Romesa Qaiser Khan
No. of Blogs: 15
Assistant Social Networking Admin

Class Representative
Lubaba Mukhtar
Class Representative
Writer
No. of Blogs: 5
Aneeqa Javed
No. of Blogs: 3
Assistant Social Networking Admin
'It's not what you do,
but how you do it.'

Zanira Ali
Aimen Saeed
Writer

No. of Blogs: 5


Class of 2019


Ayesha Mushtaq
Class Representative
View Blogger Profile
Nimra Pasha
Class Representative
Photographer
Ahmad Jalil
Class Representative
Ayesha Saeed Malik
Writer
Ammar Anwar
Writer



You can be a part of the dream team




Find a subject to blog about. Use our contribute page or email us your blogs /articles/ experiences /guides etc to kemunited@gmail.com After 3 of your blogs get published, you will get a get a chance to
  • Become a member of the Team KemUnited.
  • Get a personalized KemUnited blogger account along with your profile appearing on the blog’s official website.
  • Receive invitation to the Annual Honor Ceremony.
  • Win at the Annual Bloggers Awards.

The more quality blogs you write the more chances of winning you have at the Annual Bloggers Awards !!!


            

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USMLE Step 1 Experience by Ayaz Mehmood (Score : 99/266)

USMLE Step 1 Experience by Ayaz Mehmood (Score : 99/266)
Salam everyone, let me start in the name of Allah who’s the greatest benefactor of all mankind. I am going to write a detailed composition regarding preparation for USMLE Step 1. I am a final year student at King Edward Medical University and I took my exam on June 10th. Final year is the year before internship/ house job in Pakistan. I just got my scores: 99/266



Let me introduce some myths surrounding USMLE Step 1 which are especially prevalent within Pakistan; I am not too sure about India because I heard their students typically appear in their final years.


 Myth number 1:Do not appear for USMLE Step 1 within your graduation

 Verdict: Baseless, illogical reasoning

Explanation: This is so prevalent in Pakistan it’s almost pathetic. One of the biggest concerns surrounding our students is that Step 1 is a huge risk to be taken before graduation. Let me put it in another way: Step1 would always remain a risk whenever it is taken, …

Australian Medical Council AMC Part 1 Guide - Experience and Tips

AMC Part 1 by Dr. Asad Khizar Malik (Rank : 77/620) Australian Medical Council  Guide - Experience and Tips
Salam people, let me start in the name of Allah who’s the greatest benefactor of all mankind. Hope everyone is doing great. I'll try to write as much as I can for the people who are due to various reasons more interested in joining Australian Hospitals for post-grad training as compared to the USMLE pathway.

I am a graduate of King Edward Medical University, class of 2004-2010. I did my 6 months house job after graduation in Mayo Hospital, and after that, i gave my AMC Part 1 in November, 2010 from Brisbane. With the grace of Allah, I passed that in first attempt.

So lets start with the discussion here, but PLEASE NOTE THAT IT IS ENTIRELY MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AND REASONING WHY I PREFERRED AUSTRALIA OVER USA FOR RESIDENCY.

First thing in mind that comes with post grad training in Pakistani doctors minds is: Which way to go after graduation? That is a very tough decision that is …

FSc Premedical Guide - How to fly high..

FSc Premedical Guide - How to fly high.. Unsa Athar Your 40% needs to be excellent to get into KEMU or  some other good place.
(Dedicated to my teachers who not only taught me the fsc books but also many priceless lessons of life)
(Unsa Athar)
The tree that never had to fight For sun and sky and air and light, But stood out in the open rain And always got its share and rain, Never became a forest king, But lived and died a scrubby thing… Good timber does not grow with ease, The stronger wind, the stronger trees.
Getting yourself educated in the desi manner i.e. through the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education is one of the top most challenges of today’s society. Matriculation seems difficult at that time, but when you enter FSc, you realize that matric was the easiest job in the world.  Those obese books of intermediate part I and part II are the worst enemies one can ever have.  People say Medical is tougher, but I find one basic difference in both. When you enter a medical college, y…

HISTOLOGY SLIDES AND HANDMADE DIAGRAMS

Anatomy/Histology Gallery
Read the instructions here 1st Year

Histology Slides for Professional Exams
Folder 1- Labelled Folder 2 - Labelled Folder 3 - Labelled
Histology Revision Slides Updated (2011)
by Laiba Khalid
Lower Limb Anatomy Spotting Labelled
http://kemunited.blogspot.com/2013/05/lower-limb-spotting-labelled.html

Embryology Models Some models are labelled and others mentioned in comments

Anatomy Museum Models (unlabelled) This album covers Upper limb, Lower limb and Thorax regions of anatomy

2nd Year
HISTOLOGY Diagrams Hand-drawn CARDS 2ND YEAR MBBSThese are hand-drawn histology diagrams by Demonstrator Dr. Shaista (Dept of Anatomy, KEMU) and submitted by Anosha.NEUROLOGY/ Neuroantomy SPOTTING  (LABELLED SPECIMEN) 2ND YEAR  Each structure is labelled and a great job done by Anosha. Neuroanatomy / Brain 2nd Year Important topics by LaibaNeuroanatomy Models Labelled  Gross models labelled by Maryam Shahid Abdomen & Pelvis Anatomy Spots Labelled Excellent job by Maryam Shahid
Anatomy Learni…

USMLE Step 2 CK experience by Rizwan Khan (254)

IN THE NAME OF ALLAH THE MOST BENEFICENT AND MERCIFUL

     I recently got done with Step 2 CK exam & I want to elaborate my experience and the mistakes that I made during my prep so that any of my colleagues who are preparing for this exam might benefit from them. I wont go much in detail about how to prepare and where to prepare from since it is already highly debated on the forum and in the previous posts but would focus more on my personal experience and the bad choices which I made during the preparation phase.
SELF-ASSESSMENTS AND QBANKS Uworld 74% Kaplan Qbank 69%
Kaplan diagnostics  = 80% (70 days before exam) Kaplan Simulation Exam 1 = 71% (50 days before exam) Kaplan Simulation Exam 2 = 76%  (40 days before exam) Fred simulation for CK = 84% (39 days before exam) NBME 2 (offline) 21 mistakes (30 days before exam)
NBME 4  =    263 (13 days before exam) UWSA =  259 (2 days before exam)
Real exam = 254