As my psychiatry end-of-rotation exams loomed, I felt more unprepared than ever in Medicine.
I had worked hard, but just found this specialty particularly challenging – by far my weakest area.
Unusual circumstances didn’t help the situation. It seemed every time I planned a weekend of study to improve, a pressing issue Continue reading →
Continued from The Lord is My Rock (Prayer on the Eve of OSCEs Part 1)
And I write to you 5 months later, overjoyed with praise for God, for by his strength I did end up passing my final third year exams!
Earlier in the year following the death in my family, even passing seemed an insurmountable challenge to me. So with overflowing gratitude and amazement I joyfully report to you Continue reading →
(Note: This was posted and prayed just prior to final year practical exams)
I have such joy that I have to write and share what you have put in my heart.
I’m starting to see the fruit of the trials I have been through 6 months ago.
I’m in the middle of final pre-clinical exams Continue reading →
As winter came and the days grew shorter and darker, another challenge confronted me – exams. Still coming to terms with grief, the prospect of the fast approaching mid-year medicine exams nagged uncomfortably at the back of my mind. I was very unprepared. After my sister passed away, I had taken Continue reading →