So I just finished the last of my exams this week, and I’ve spent these past few days organising a small birthday dinner for myself – just to spoil some of my friends you know?
Overall, I found the OSCEs this semester quite fair. We had a headache and a jaundice history, and a cardiovascular and a visual examination. For the jaundice history, I left my stickers in the previous station and lost some time running back for them. As for the visual examination, it was so out of left field – no one (but my tutor) really expected it.
The SAQ paper this year was atrocious. They examined us on such low-yield concepts. On the other hand, the MCQ/EMQ paper was more reflective of the content we learnt this year. Now the exercise, locomotor, reproduction and intersystem blocks MST#5 was an interesting one. I felt so confident upon finishing the test, but then the more you talk to your peers about the questions, the more answers you realised you got wrong.
SWOTFAT this year was probably the most enjoyable one I’ve had. I started a new TV show called We Bare Bears, and so much camembear and bluebearries were consumed – not to mention all the other food we got delivered!
The adventures of Grizz, PanPan and Ice Bear:
Now it’s time to catch up on some friends, reading, movies and TV shows.