This is so true. After I take an exam on a Friday I'm kinda in a daze like wtf do I do now I have no purpose in lifeYeah, you'll be fine. You probably know more than you think you do, especially if given in multiple choice format. I never felt truly prepared for any exam; I felt like I just kept studying my tail off and one day an exam happened.
You probably know more than you think you do. Memorization intensive classes are all about repetition. Classes that have a huge conceptual component like genetics and physiology are tougher, IMO. You can't brute force understanding a concept. Thus far, I feel like anatomy/histo has been easier than genetics, if only because I don't have to learn about linkage analysis and genome wide association studies. That part of genetics was pretty terrible.my first exam in antomy/histo/embryo is friday and i prepared for it every day (studied 5+hours since the beginning), but i feel only half of it ever sticks. should i be freaked out by the likelihood of failing or is this normal?
Yeah it's exactly like that. I remember once when I had a test week and I had to write something like 10 exams, two every day. So when it finally ended, I had that weird feeling of having nothing to do during my way home. And, finally getting home, I simply laid down in bed and fell asleepThis is so true. After I take an exam on a Friday I'm kinda in a daze like wtf do I do now I have no purpose in life
Very normal feeling op, you will be reviewing things that you learned for the rest of your life