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    There's no point in Anon as quite a few people on here know im resitting med school exams.

    Anyway, its on monday and i have been revising for weeks and weeks. But there is still so much i dont know, my confidence in passing is zero and i feel dreadful!

    I dont think i could have worked any harder, but it isnt much consolation after all that hard work. My mind just seems to be blank :confused:

    Help.!
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    You'll pass, don't worry. 40% is easy to scrape anyway and considering all the work you've put on, if it doesn't pay off, I'll be surprised.
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    Don't worry dear you'll be fine. Hard work always pays off :yy:
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    (Original post by Miss_Scarlett)
    There's no point in Anon as quite a few people on here know im resitting med school exams.

    Anyway, its on monday and i have been revising for weeks and weeks. But there is still so much i dont know, my confidence in passing is zero and i feel dreadful!

    I dont think i could have worked any harder, but it isnt much consolation after all that hard work. My mind just seems to be blank :confused:

    Help.!
    You're bound to have passed 40%!!!!
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    (Original post by Miss_Scarlett)
    There's no point in Anon as quite a few people on here know im resitting med school exams.

    Anyway, its on monday and i have been revising for weeks and weeks. But there is still so much i dont know, my confidence in passing is zero and i feel dreadful!

    I dont think i could have worked any harder, but it isnt much consolation after all that hard work. My mind just seems to be blank :confused:

    Help.!
    The hard work is gonna pay off, Don't lose confidence

    "Win".
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    its not 40% pass, its 70% for med
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    I see. That complicates matters significantly. I would ask my medic mate what to expect on the exam, but then TSR would probably ban me!

    How much of it do you know really well?
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    You probably won't listen to me but I'm only using one minute or two of my life.

    Sign out, make a hot chocolate/something you enjoy and do something you like to do to relax (watch TV, read a book, listen to music). Then get back to revision or have an early night and start revision early.

    Good luck in your exams.
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    I always think to myself that you can't know everything cos your brain may not be capable of taking it all in. If you've worked as hard as you can you've done all you can do. Maybe you're suffering from burn out?
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    I can understand how you feel, med school exams come with extra pressure I think because there is less chance of blagging a pass (rightly so I think).

    Your exam is on monday, you have the whole of tomorrow. Don't panic! You said you have been working hard for weeks so the knowledge is in your brain somewhere. Tomorrow, focus on sharpening your mind and bringing out your knowledge. I normally spend the day before exams doing practise questions because you can cover all the topics fairly quickly, its an easy way to show which areas you need another quick read of and also boosts your confidance when you can answer the questions!

    Try sites like clinicaltutor.com (?) for practice MCQ's/ EMQ's.

    Good luck! Don't panic, as someone said before... hard work rewards itself.
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    (Original post by FinalFlash)
    "Win".
    This.

    As I said to you earlier, you're a winner. Go in to that exam knowing you are a winner, and you're gonna kick that exams ass
 
 
 
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