Sunday, June 17, 2007

Hard exam ≠ hard life

Right, keep smiling! This hard challenge has nothing to do with our joy. We still deserve the time of our life. Cheers!

Just face it with a big smirk … We all know that the biggest time in a semester is the final exam. The mark announcement could be the most wanted, but the final exam’s still the real moment when we are really involved in, isn’t it?

And here I am. I am conducting my breath in the atmosphere of papers and theory, accompanied by chemicals boosting stamina, a vitamin capsule.
(Ricky the smartest guy even does it more …. he drinks coffee, cereal milk, and traditional drug called “jamu”, moves away the risk of drug interaction, I thought he were).

We’ve been spending our days and night with papers and books, sending each other with question and answer about details we should learn or supporting each other by wisdoms like in self-help books.

It’s a bit freaky, though. The most difficult time would be Clinical Pathology. The study is about diagnoses of some general illness like anemia, kidney and hepatic disease, and diabetes. This subject contains so many materials although the lecturer says we just need to learn from the things taught after mid semester test. We just feel that they are too much.

Still, we’ve got responses (test for whole post-practical lab activity) to overcome. Wait a moment, I’m a bit confused about how we actually should call it. It is called “RESPONSI” in Indonesian language, will it be “responses” in English?

Anyway, the test include details exist in the lab: the name of chemical used in every reaction, the standard concentration of some substance in normal body, the tools used … pretty complicated. Moreover, as students knowing this kind of stuff in the relative first time in life, we can’t easily take our logic. We must read them, entirely. Ooh ….

However, seems like my friends didn’t wanna loose our sense of fun facing it. No matter how horrible, we still laughed at it, pretended everything’s hilarious. Fitri, for example, while studying about the unordinary concentration of bilirubin in infants, called the patient “Mad Baby”. I was staggered. How could it be? Well, it’s simply because she’s upset with those weird condition! kikiki ….

As a lazy student (well, I thought that’s plainly me …:p) I thought it was the end of me for not putting all of the materials in my memory. Oddly, the brainiacs of my class is also come into the room in a not-so-ready performance. One of them said (in a grin, still!) that she’s ready to die, the other asked a paradox to his mate “no more material would be added, huh?” then laughed loudly. Such a satire, I think. There’s more, … Andika comes 15 minutes before exam’s started and said he slept all night, indicates that he didn’t enough study.

Well, everyone … no matter how hard, we’re all in, finally. Let’s wish for all the best!!!

4 of your comments here:

Ti2Sh said...

As someone who judges herself as a-dentistry-student-influenced-by-parents, you're just so adorable! ;)

CempLuk said...

be a patient..

inda_ardani said...

titish .... ohoho ...

it's simply because i had people inspiring around
one of them is u ....

inda_ardani said...

titish .... ohoho ...

it's simply because i had people inspiring around
one of them is u ....