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what happen to math?

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by ici_cute, Jan 15, 2002.

  1. ici_cute

    ici_cute Member

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    What really happened to my math?...all those years studying...and haveing fun doing it...and now i somehow end up in Medic...sometimes I wonder where i really belong...

    Don't you guys miss it?...in fact my bio sucked in high school but somehow i did great in pre med that i actually got here. Happy? hm...glad...but after years of studying books n not seeing people...the feeling is fading...it kept fading when the exam is coming up...

    I remember LEARNING things and able to remember it rather just plain studying...learning is exciting...studying is boring. n when i get to medic...the learning thing was over...i don't know why...so much to learn about the human body...but the exam makes the feeling just...ppooffss...gone...n here i am...just hoping i get through my pre-clinical year and hope to see people's face!...

    anybody sharing my feelings?...hehehe... (btw...got to excuse me...i just finish my xm...which u can guess how it goes)
     
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  3. LR6SO4

    LR6SO4 Senior Member

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    There can be plenty of math in med school if you look for it. Find a phisiology text based on calculus and you can derive and integrate till you turn blue in the face. I liked math in college too, and that is how I understand things. Also my intro to Radiology course looked like it could have a TON of math involved with the physics, etc.
     

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