No. You are the only 24 year old ever to ever start med school.Are there any other 24 year olds starting med school?
Average != median. That average is pulled up by the relatively small number of students who are in their 30s and even 40s. Not that anything's wrong with starting at 24 (I'm 25 and I'm starting next week). But you should expect to see the majority of the students to be about 22-23.I thought 24 was the average age kids start med school nowadays?
It's an important question because if you TRULY want become a doctor a year or two delay shouldn't make you rethink your life choices. When you're 55 and have years of experience nobody will ask you how old you were when you started med school.Yes, I do want to be a doctor It's what I've wanted to do since I was in middle school, and like I said, I can't see myself doing something else. Why do you ask?
Seriously? You're not even going to address the fact you've been caught using 2 accounts to post the same neurotic post over and over? Hmmm...Yes, I do want to be a doctor It's what I've wanted to do since I was in middle school, and like I said, I can't see myself doing something else. Why do you ask?
Wait, did she actually have you talk to her parents?I thought if you were born in '95 you'd just be starting undergrad. Guess that was a few years ago...
Anyway if you need someone to tell your parents to back off in a culturally sensitive way, I have recent experience pretending to be Indian:
Are you for real? The posts are identical, often word for word. Same stats, everything.I mean, what is there to address? I already mentioned that account isn't mine. But there's no point in arguing if users insist that I'm someone else and go about matching up similar posts. I obv have more pertinent problems to address (hence, my post) I can't spend time worrying about proving myself to the internet too
It's just that my procrastination and lack of preparedness led to me not being ready for apps this cycle.
Everyone has anxiety, everyone has problems, but you create multiple accounts to express the same thing. How much reassurance do you need for everything? You make a post, and then tag every single admission committee member. Its not even about pushing someone down, but giving them the hard truth: if you dedicated nearly a fraction of your time from lamenting your problems to getting in, you might have actually made it. Instead you choose to do this woe is me act, but forget that you are a adult, and should act like one.Okay, I honestly don't get what you're trying to do to me. Do you really have so much time on your hands that you would like to be the detective of SDN? I posted with a question, and needed some help. I don't have three accounts. There could be many similar culture people on SDN and many others who scored a 510 on the practice. There are also users who apparently start the same title thread as me, and who also complain about dealing with starting med school later than expected. I guess those are my accounts too? So be it. In any case, say I really did need serious help with myself? If you thought that, why are you further pushing someone like me down by trying to highlight and prove insecurities/worries? I don't get how this digging up of all similar posts from SDN history helps you But whatever, it's okay. I'm not going to argue anymore. I got the advice I needed and wanted to simply feel better knowing that others are in a similar situation, which is why some people post here in the first place.
If you can't even come clean anonynously about something as dumb as a second account, I fear what happens when you will inevitably screw up in medicine. Who will suffer in order for you to cover your mistake?I mean, what is there to address? I already mentioned that account isn't mine. But there's no point in arguing if users insist that I'm someone else and go about matching up similar posts. I obv have more pertinent problems to address (hence, my post) I can't spend time worrying about proving myself to the internet too