How I Passed My Med School Resit Exams Without Sweat!

Hello everyone, trust we are all doing great! I’m excited to be sharing about a topic I’ve had junior colleagues walk up to me to ask how I aced my resits through med school without sweat! Lol! So today, I’ll be sharing my secret regimen for passing resit exams in med school. If you’re in […]

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Day 30: Queen Adepero Ajayi #MyMBBSJourney

It’s a long read o but if you want gist, enjoy. It was a bumpy ride but also an adventurous one! It started with accepting to study medicine and then convincing my dad I could write WAEC, NECO, JAMB & Post- UME the same year, we practically had a fight about it, I couldn’t imagine […]

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Day 25: King Dare Adegbola #MyMBBSJourney

I can remember when I saw my name on the unilag website, I made the merit list after few years “JAMBing”. I was so excited. Studying medicine was all I ever wanted after secondary school. Even my Dad convinced me of trying another course telling me there is no course that I can’t succeed with […]

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Day 24: Queen Aima Victoria #MyMBBSJourney

Hi everyone, thanks for the opportunity to share my experiences. When I think of medical school, I can only think of God, not trying to be spiritual here , just pure truth. People would probably say “it all seems like yesterday when we started”, no for me it surely is a long time. I have […]

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Day 23: King Yusuf Shittu #MyMBBSJourney

How does one fit a 6 year tale into one page? How does one summarize loads of experiences, trials, memories – good and bad, into one story? Such is the task Perry’s tots places before me. Before you suggest things like ‘reduce font size’ or something, I’ll try to make this quick. The past 6 […]

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Day 22: King Opeyemi Adebayo #MyMBBSJourney

Young and pretty green On a career however, keen Spurred by the whim of the moment I was swayed by opinions of the experient So began an itinerary to stardom Finally [a prince] in a royal kingdom A long walk to freedom Alas, for the sake of martyrdom Really, it wasn’t that dire Though certain […]

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Day 21: Queen Jesufemi #MyMBBSJourney

Thank You Queen Pero for this opportunity given me. My MBBS journey has been a very interesting one. I’d try to touch it all.. in summary It’s been my place of growth.Each year, each class ,each person I  have met has not left me the same way. My journey through the medical school started with […]

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Day 20: King Ajibola Onifade #MyMBBSJourney

Believe me, secondary school days were actually the most interesting days of our lives. Most of us had no idea what we wanted as a profession but there was this euphoria of being in science class that made most of us find ourselves there. I never had any idea of what I wanted to do […]

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Day 19: Queen Adelaja Oluwaseyi #MyMBBSJourney

Hi there, I am Adelaja Oluwaseyi and it’s nice to be here, thanks for having me Pero. My journey from princess’hood’ to Queen’hood’ has been a very eventful one, took a while to get me to do this very  summarized version. Let’s begin….. #Diploma- This period was a very different one from sec. school, felt […]

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