Transitioning into MD2 Bendigo

Summer holidays are over and I’ve had the pleasure of catching up with friends – celebrated PanPan’s birthday, made watermelon cake, made ‘eating lots of food’ an understatement, and had a classic BBQ. For future summers to come, I endeavour to continue my learning on overseas placements. I’ve now moved into Bendigo with my housemates and it’s already been a week of orientation.

Rest of my holidays:


Feel free to check out my summer cover:


Rural clinical school; Bendigo clinical school:


Back for the first weekend – with my bears:




Unimelb MD offer received – BMP, Rural!

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Ah at last – 3-years of hard work, 2 sittings of GAMSAT and months of interview preparation have finally paid off! It’s with great excitement that I can share with you all this long-awaited milestone!

Well done to those of you who have also received offers – I am truly happy for you and I look forward to meeting you in the medical field. For those who are less fortunate, don’t give up; I’ll see you on the other side of the river soon enough.

To my friends: thank you for crossing paths with me. You’ve made this journey so much more enjoyable than it should be. No matter where we end up, I hope we will all some day meet again. Although for some of you, we may not have gotten off on the right foot – I endeavour to make ends meet with this fresh start; tabula rasa.

And to my family: thank you for the unconditional love; I could not have asked for a better family. Thank you for raising me up and supporting me all the way through.

Looking ahead into the next chapter of my life, I think the BMP scheme and the rural clinical school will benefit my dream to volunteer overseas as a doctor. From what I’ve heard, I should be able to do my 2nd clinical year in the clinical school zone of my choice. Either way, I’m looking forward to this unique experience.

Last day of biomed with my anat buddies: