Same thing . . . after tons and tons of good luck. Well, to take their hopes my response: "Well, I think I might be re-taking in August." So u are pre-covered.farleyisgod said:
I know what you mean. I just don't even want to think about it. At least my close friends know not to ask, they can just see the look of horror on my face.farleyisgod said:
hahaha yeah.jtorres said:i just went to my job to let them know that i am ready to be put back on the schedule and all my co-workers were like "how'd you do"? my response was "OK" or "alright" and they are positively sure that i did so well because i studied so hard and took so many days off work. that only makes me feel worse because i did study so hard, i did put countless hours in this and i just dont feel good about today. it was warm to see my co-workers support but it only reminds me that my hard work may have been completely in vain. heres to august's MCAT.
Try not to think about the test (I know it's hard, but try)...thinking about it only creates more doubt in your mind. Be confident....you tried your best, and hopefully did well....if you didn't do as well as you had hoped, you will work harder and do better in August. If you truly want to achieve your dream of being a doctor, you will. It will take some work, but you will get there, so don't worry.frank51 said:Funny, people tell me the exact same thing, "you've been studying so hard, I'm sure you did well", sometimes I think that they may be right, but then I remember the test