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Which student is more prone to burn-out: Dental or Medical?

  • Dental Student

    Votes: 21 31.8%
  • Medical Student

    Votes: 26 39.4%
  • About the Same

    Votes: 19 28.8%

  • Total voters
    66
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super gunners who do not have social life outside of the school
 

Zurich5

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My vote goes to whoever takes the larger amount of drugs. If by burnout you mean that?
 

DcS

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Again, what is the constant obsession with comparison to med students? You think over in their forum they constantly compare themselves to us. Uh, no :rolleyes:
 

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Depends when you are talking about, def us during the first 2 years with things like GRD lab, but then they make it up in residency being on call for like 20 hours.
 

busupshot83

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Originally posted by scandalouslj
Depends when you are talking about, def us during the first 2 years with things like GRD lab, but then they make it up in residency being on call for like 20 hours.

true
 

StarGirl

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i can't speak for any other school, but definately dental students at Columbia... we're in their [medical] basic science classes then we have a trillion other dental classes...and exams in b/n those classes we share... but either way, somehow you manage to get thru it.... :sleep:
 
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I think it is the individual. Some people are more likely to burn out than others under stress.

Both are just as stressful.
 
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