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    So this is the second year I have med school resits, and I'm really disappointed.

    I worked the hardest I have ever worked in my life for exams, and I still failed. I'm coming to learn that I'm not a very efficient studier at all and that when at school I relied A LOT on last minute cramming. But 2 years in surely I should have adapted to all this by now People around me manage to pass by doing what seems like half the work that I do, and I know that because I live with them!

    I feel so stupid and scared about failing. Even throughout the year I feel stupid, because somehow everybody else seems to know so much more than me.

    I want to be a doctor, a good doctor. And I want to be on top of my stuff.

    How do I sort myself out and get better at these exams?
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