Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Results were out today......I passed! Can't tell you how relieved I am and stunned as the OSCE really did go very badly.

I have wrote in an older post about the year 2 exams that I failed and the stigma attached to this because not many people fail exams at med school. Passing has given my self esteem a much needed boost.

Bring on senior rotation and my last year at medical school!


madsadgirl said...

Congratulations! I can uncross my fingers now.

lawminx said...

Hale and Hearty Congratulations N2D!! Go Straight to the Top of your Class and Jump Off!!
( will you now go off and have a SMALL LITTLE drink to celebrate?!)

Nurse To Doc said...

Thank you!

I would have loved to pop out for a drink but the other half wants to watch the footie. Am going to go to Nandos tomorrow instead!

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alhi said...

Great news! I wish I had the courage to start medical school at 32.

McNerdy said...

At the risk of sounding trite, well done!

Anonymous said...

AWESOME AND CONGRATS! I am hoping you can help me. I too am interested in medicine and want to return to school. (I am in the midst of getting my prereq's for nursing) As I am studying, I find that I am more interested in medicine than nursing. I would appreciate if you could email me and discuss things further. My email is trout.sea@gmail.com Hope to hear from you and congrats on passing!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! Best luck in the next stage of your education.

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I knew I wanted to study medicine from 5 minutes into my nurse training in 1992. This didn't go down too well with my peers but it has taken me eleven years to get my life in a place where I could apply to medical school, so I have paid my nursing dues! I was lucky enough to get two offers. I have been married for seven years to an ex footballer who is now a PE teacher. We have no plans for babies but I would love more King Charles Spaniels. I start medicine on September 20th 2006 and am absolutely petrified.