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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Pudgyp, Sep 19, 2002.

  1. Pudgyp

    Pudgyp Junior Member
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    Hi. My parents called tonight....the password is in. I don't think I can handle it though. What if I black out at my desk and fall and hit my head and no one will ever know my score....except aamc. Truth is, i'm an emotional wreck right now. Stomach is quivering...so are hands....thoughts racing through my mind. I need some support. I am not going to look until saturday....i need to build up some courage. is anyone in the same boat? :( :confused:
     
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  3. qweewq11

    qweewq11 Smiley orgy organizer
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    chill out brotha, the scores aren't even gonna be up for another 2 weeks.
     
  4. Tweetie_bird

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    go out and run till you wanna drop dead. get a funny movie (I love Something about Mary) and pig out on pop corn. Have fun with your friends. Meditate. Read a good book that gives you a new perspective on a few things in life (read Chicken Soup for the Soul or something like that).

    Above all--remember that what is meant to be, will be. NO use stressing over something you can't change now. You might as well smile through your joys and sorrows and have faith in the fact that you will be a doctor someday.

    My best wishes to you.
     
  5. limit

    limit Molesting my inner-child
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    :clap:
     
  6. Toejam

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    Tweetie's got the right idea. Your MCAT score is ranked so far below what's really important in your life, it's amusing.

    Let's see.....

    The face of your future or present little girl when you get home
    A compliment
    The love of your family
    Ice cream
    A really good movie
    Your first love
    Christmas when you were young
    Skiing/surfing/hiking/running, etc. (take your pick)
    Holding hands
    Finding out that a hot guy/girl is interested in you
    Your health
    Laughing

    I hope I don't sound like a dork, but it's all true.
     
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    Somehow, I see the MCAT as a bit higher on the importance scale (it makes or breaks your career) than ice cream and a good movie..but I like your point =D
     
  8. Tweetie_bird

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    I think it's all relative. I agree with Toejam's comments because I believe in spirituality. If you are in the right frame of mind, and you envision yourself doing what you watn over and over and over again....it will happen. You will make it happen yourself. Anyway, like i said it's all relative. i know that after a month or two, the MCAT won't be as important as it seems now. Sure, a lot about your career depends on it. Actually, it doesn't depend on the MCAT..it depends on your performance on it. Someday we may all realize that whatever happened, happened for the best. Even if it means that we have to wait one extra year before we matriculate at med school, I have the belief that something bad that happens temporarily happens for a greater good.

    And I am saying this without having a single COMPLETE file in Sept and no interviews. I just want to have the faith that what is meant to be, will be. Call me ignorant, but that's all I got for now. :)
     

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