Only thing is, this time around I'm finding it very hard to motivate for these exams. Genetics is so painfully easy I learned it in more detail in undergrad. Biochem is just mind-numbing, repetitive pathways, with long, long sets of things that need to be memorized. Physiology is cool, but I think the dullness of everything else has pervaded that, as well. And honestly, though I like the prof, his notes lie somewhere in between terrible and heinous.
I don't know, I'm having a hard time distinguishing between whether I'm bored with this semester or just starting to get bored of med school. I hope it's the first. Actually, I'm pretty sure it's the first, because it wasn't until after the midsemester "evaluation" test that I started to hate this stuff.
Here's the other thing. In biochem we got a mock exam that was exactly like the real exam, and I passed it. That means that as of last Tuesday, I was able to pass the midterm. What have I been doing?
Studying more. Because now that I can pass it, I'm going to try to honor. Damn rat race. Why bother? Why not? Who cares? Is one "Honor" vs one "Pass" really going to matter?
I shouldn't be complaining. Reminds me of the Radiohead song Just: You do it to yourself, you do... and that's why it really hurts. You do it to yourself, just you... you and no one else...