Saturday, 17 July 2010

Finally a Final Year

It's official, I passed my OSCE!

That now means that I'm a final year medic.

On one hand it doesn't feel like I've been at university for 5 years, on the other hand I'm starting to get a little fed up of student living.

It's incredibly scary to think that I have 1 year left at university. 1 year left living near the vast majority of my friends, 1 year left where we have relatively little responsibility, 1 year until I am expected to know what I'm doing...

By the time I get back from elective I have a sneaky suspicion that it will all zoom by in a flash. There will be foundation applications, then christmas, then we find out jobs, then easter, then exams, then graduation.... then the real world starts!

I am planning to celebrate today by cleaning my flat. I am so rock 'n roll.

Lily xXx


madsadgirl said...

Well done; I am so pleased for you. I see that you have wasted no time in changing your status to a final year medical student.

I hope that your elective goes well and look forward to hearing all about it once you are done.

Communication is still difficult but will hopefully be improving over the next week or so.

Simon said...

Congratulations. You're correct, next year will go very quickly indeed.

ilovehotchocolate said...

Congratulations, that's fantastic news! Hope next year goes smoothly and to plan for you. Hope you had fun celebrating.