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I like how the asian guy talks So soft spoken he really fits to be a Dr... And specially the vibe it feels like you’ll feel better if he’s your doctor..
Doctors have not meaningfully improved the human lifespan. We have to thank vaccine scientists and plumbers for that.
@s l u m p e d wait why?
@s l u m p e d woah uh u good?
@tori ejuwa no
@s l u m p e d dude chill
Don't let med school scare you. It's tough, but it's worth it if you're really passionate about it :-)
I did poorly 2.5 years this semester I'm top of my class and it bothers me cz it wasn't that hard and 5 sems i got really low grades for no reason but laziness.
@Omar B thank you 🥺
@Annysa Andrews Wnjoying what you learn about is SO IMPORTANT. Learning can be frustrating and take a lot of patience. If you hate what you’re learning then when you get frustrated you will want to just quit, and it makes you bitter because you don’t find learning it rewarding. If you love what you’re learning, then when it gets super tough, you’ll have the resilience to keep going because you’re not just trying to make an A on the test but the information itself is inspiring you and feeding your soul! If you like bio and other sciences, keep exploring that direction :)
i’m currently taking ap bio and i really enjoy learning it even though i may not make the grade i want. but it still has e worried about making it through it
@annie My biggest advice is to talk to as many physicians, med students, and residents about what they like and dislike about their job. Ask them everything you can about the ins and outs. Literally hop on Reddit, browse the r/medical school sub, and then dm people on there and ask “hey my name is Annie, I’m in high school and I’m really interested in medicine and I’d love to know more about your experience. Do you mind if I pick your brain about it a little?” You will be astonished how much you will learn the more you do this. I’ve talked to 4 psychiatrists, a few surgeons, a dermatologist, a neurologist. It’s been so interesting and informative
I love this series makes me consider if I wanna actually waste my life in medical school
@aoistrawberry what do you work as right now?
@Stella William i only wanna be one bcs of dr strange😂
If you think it's a waste then medicine isn't for you.
AHAHAHA THISSS like idk if I wanna be a doctor or do real estate and earn loads of money with less effort?😭 also I hate blood
Medical school is actually kinda fun, I wouldn’t consider that im wasting my time on it tbh
I love how they actually enjoy the study, not just cause they have to. If we have unmotivated doctors that is bad for the world
@Callistar Z that’s bad
@Alice Oh obviously ur just some brat, they misdiagnosed because it was ur fault as u probably didn't listen to them.
Even my country has many unmotivated docs, they're usually forced by their parents to take up the profession cuz it gives them respect in the society
life is a vibe check and im failing what country?
Truest thing in the whole wide world!
This should be a general grad school series: law students, physics grad students, engineering, etc
we strongly agree
I want one with psych students
also veterinarians, bc there is not a lot of people that talk about them.
Matthew Silva every field is different, just because they aren’t medicine doesn’t mean they are less important or easy to get into.
SLP grad students!
dude David's voice is so calming lol he'd make a great doctor
If only that’s all you needed 😅
What his @
the black guy sounds exactly the same
Sir Uppercrust III dude you might want to delete these comments 💀 hopefully you’ve matured after these 5 months and realised how much you were embarrassing yourself 💀💀
they are just tired lol
In Med school right now: Taking a quick study break yet still having to watch this in 2x because I don’t have time😅
Do you regret your decision? Anything else you could've done instead?
Literally watching every video in 2x because of that😂😭
Why all medical students same
Asian guy: My dad was a scientist and my mom was an engineer Such an asian-american thing to say
Im a british pakistani lol
That's vice versa in my case (idk if you're considering Indians as Asians)
I'm asian. My dad's a cab driver and my mom's an engineer
@Hi• you same. My mom was a worker and my dad a peasant. We immigrated and they have high hopes for me so I'm just kinda doing my best in school to not let them down I guess
@clay corpuz the most Asian thing I have ever seen
That's why all doctors sound the same! They took a class on it!
@alisha yeah im the teacher
Doctors are basically glorified actors. Those except surgeons of course.
@Aryanna how will you understand then.-.
My sister still writes well, so I think she has yet to take that class
"Have You Ever Successfully Diagnosed Yourself With Something?" "No, But I Have Successfully Misdiagnosed Myself With A Bunch Of Things." I've done that many times lol! 😂😂😂
actually, when you start studying diseases and notice the symptoms, the next day you start feeling as if you actually have the disease and then end up misdiagnosing yourself.
everyone that study medicine has definitely misdiagnosed themselves like a thousand time
I successfully diagnosed myself at 10-11 (it sounds fake but it isnt)
The three months coffee/two week break is genius!
Yeah but the two weeks would be ROUGH 😅
All medicos do it.
inspiritedchristian one cup a day as he said is not enough
The withdrawal sucks but you’ll just be overly tired for the first 8sh days then you gtg. If coffee doesn’t work drink 3 cups or 2/3 espresso shots with ice (ice hides the flavor) one cup of coffee is honestly really not that big a boost
@br so 1 week break is it
My cousin's a doctor, and he told me that during one of their dissections, there were lots of ppl present unlike their usual classes. Turns out, the person they were dissecting was a renowned doctor who said after his death, he wanted his body to be used to benefit the future of medicine.
My boyfriend started MS1 yesterday and came home with a stack of papers 7 inches deep. His coursework for the next 4 weeks. FOUR WEEKS. 1000 pages of dense science to do outside of class. We spent $20 on binders just to contain all of the pages by unit. It's going to be a wild four years.
It's not hard. Just memorization. First 2 years is all memorization next 2 is clinicals. It's in the last 2 years that he will actually learn lol.
You're awesome for being there for him :)
Well, that's cute..
“ if you got into medical school, you can do it” wowowow that’s so motivating 😭😭😭 I’m in nursing school and sometimes I feel like I’m not smart enough but then I realize if I got accepted into the program it’s because I can do it lmaooo
TheEditor107 who are you talking to 💀
Stop thinking there is a hierarchy in the medical world
Nursing student here, we got this :)
Do you enjoy your study in it? I am a nursing student too and since the first time i am sure i can do it because i am smart enough(too confidence? Whatever) but the problem isnt about i can do or not but it rather like i love what i do or not. Until now, i dont enjoy what nurse does:(
I want to go to nursing school too, I thought I wanted to be a doctor, but I’ve decided against it.
My family asks me for medical advice. I’m a sophomore in high school. Just because I want to be a doctor, it doesn’t mean that I am one.
Even if your in Med School final year, you still don't know alot of stuff, that's why there is a tonne more stuff to learn once you are a Doctor.
@Nathalie Yax my school conjoined with a vocational school. The vocational school had a variety of programs like law enforcement, culinary, therapeutic services, etc. I chose to do EMR there. It was really good.
@Tracy Aung which class did you take? I was interesting in taking a class like that.
Same here 🙋🏼♀️
Omg sameeee🤣🤣🤣 I took an Emergency Medical Responder class when I was in high school and we learned how to treat emergencies. Suddenly, I’m everyone’s future doctor 😂
"What was your least favorite pa-" "STEP 1"
What are the steps?
@Zilan Xiong Thanks, But first I hope that this situation with coronavirus ends 😭😭😭
@Zilan Xiong yes😶😶I feel scared by the idea... Yet, still applying to Med Uni lol
@Ayoosh.o0 Thanks ♡ Same for you, in whatever you do..
Nishita lol good luck hope you the best 🧡
They should do one with writers or psychology students.
@A ou..i heard someone say it was business lol..sorry.. but i wanna take psychology cuz i wanna become a mental health professional..tho i think i can see why alot of clueless ppl decide to take it..it has many options
Niki Nourali same! neuropsych ftw
logick3 medical school students are also unemployed 💀
Niki Nourali preach👏👏
logick3 psych majors aren’t unemployed that’s completely false just because its “psychology” psych isn’t easy. If ur not passionate about reading and learning about behaviours or theories psych is not for you. Psychology is super hard if you don’t follow along with readings or keep in track. I’m planning on becoming a clinical Neuropsychologist which is a degree that will take me almost 8 years to complete (doctorate) so for u to say that we will be jobless is so negative and completely false Cuz with almost any undergrad degree no one can find a job you must continue to masters or higher :) hope you learned something
I’m a medical student and i agree its so difficult to stay motivated especially during the normal days without exams or tests... i mean its just all about self motivation or you’re doomed.
@user234 Look up “Decision Theory”. Might help 🤷♀️
@user234 Med student here. You don't need to be an extrovert to be a good professional, but you should work on your comunication skills to get the most infprmation from ypur patient and to make sure they understand you. Also, there are some medical specialties that don't even work face to face with patients (ex: radiology, pathology).
hi, im worried about choosing the wrong profession as im quite shy and an introvert and i feel like thats not good as a doctor. Any advice
if they ask me why I went into medical school me: *sighs* grey anatomy
@biscuits It’s their choice. I know that for myself I was opened to a whole new career path and world that I had never considered going into and that was because of medical tv dramas. Now it’s not for certain if I will become a surgeon but it’s definitely a possibility now. The med dramas inspired me to do my own research on actual medical history and what it takes to be a surgeon and I have found a career that could definitely suit me and would really interest me! You shouldn’t go into med school thinking that you are going to be Meredith Grey but if a tv show and it’s character inspire you to look into the option of it then that is amazing! Just my opinion though
yikes... you shouldn’t apply to med school just because of a medically-inaccurate tv show
I blame it on Cristina Yang lmao I even want to go into cardio thoracic surgery
Okay no but why is this my mood
can you make law school students do more like these?
Then you wont become 1
@L O lol I wanted to become a lawyer But my mom said I cant My dad said I cant And in my country women lawyer are less almost 33 percent
Trust me we're boring af
A year ago, lawyers answering questions and telling horror stories.
“unless anxiety counts” ME
@Skyicee bro we get it u have anxiety, its not something to brag about lol you're not special for having it
alissa baseman we all learned something today👍❤️
Skyicee I’m the clown buddy
Valeria Sso it’s okay ! , i just got a little annoyed with all the comments attacking me
Skyicee you said "ME" to someone who self diagnosed themselves with anxiety... of course we would think you did the same
I read that as middle school students and was like those are definitely not middle school students but u should do middle school students 😂
Sera Kim yeah 😂
lol all the ppl that should not go to med school
Thought I was the only one
The TempTraveler omg i thought it was bc i was high, guess im not alone
I’ve never diagnosed myself but I’ve misdiagnosed myself a lot🤣 101% relatable
I actually appreciated their candor and humility. Having gone through the process, I'm glad they're able to speak to their insecurities. A long road ahead but worth it :)
My dream is to become an MD, so like this gets me so excited to get to medical school and at the same time makes me conscious of the reality of what it's like to be there.
Im sooo sorry but whats a MD
@Sapphire Red If I'm being entirely honest I think you need to have a passion for medicine in order to get through. I don't consider myself particularly smart, I just know that I'm passionate about medicine and that gives me the drive to go on. There are plenty of careers that allow you to help people, I'm sure there is one that you will find both enjoyable and fulfilling.
u need to hold on to it like it ur lyf, when u pass and get the liscense u shall be over the solar system and back
@돈가스 계산기 The first step is finding out what kind of interview the school does. You don't want to expect a one on one interview and walk into a MMI. Then I would look up some sample questions and practice how you would answer them. An important note though is do not try to finds the specific questions the school will ask you on something like SDN. After speaking to some of my school's adcoms, they told me they can smell a pre-made answer from a mile away and they will give no credit on it. (This doesn't apply to questions everyone will ask you like why do you want to be a doctor or what is your greatest weakness, but if they ask you something like "if you were a type of bird, what bird would you be?" And you have a pre made answer they'll know. Another thing is see if your undergrad school can do mock interviews with you. Many times they can and that helped me immensely. As far as nerves go, everyone is going to be nervous. If you accidently show your nerves don't sweat it, adcoms would rather accept a human over a robot. They get that this is super stressful, just don't completely shut down if you make a little error. Another thing (sorry if this list is rambling, just naming things off the top of my head) is make sure you're nice to everyone on interview day. Don't ask your fellow candidates their mcat score. Spark up a conversation with a member of the custodial staff. Remember to smile. I had the good fortune of getting into a school way above my weight class and I think part of the reason was after the interview was over I ended up taking to a janitor for about 40 minutes. It wasn't something that I planned on but it just kind of happened. One of the Deans saw it when they were leaving for the day and they joined in the conversation (it was about hiking). I guess the tl;dr to this whole rambling mess is be prepared without trying to get insider info, act like a human, don't freak out if you show nervousness, and be kind to everyone while you're there.
noahwic1 How did you prep for an interview for med school? I’m super awkward and blank out a lot and I’m kinda worried about it :P
In medical school you diagnose yourself with everything you hear in the lecture room😂😂
So so so true😂😂😂😂
@Dr Amine RELAX
@Clary Fray Is that the Crash Landing on You actors? I recognized them before even opening your profile.
I swear that's 100% true 😂😂 I felt like I had hyperthyroidism in first lecture and than thought I had hypothyroidism too in the next lecture 🤣🤣
Medical school is now an excuse to get Starbucks. Edit: thanks for all of the likes :)
@Sahil Varma +++yup
Is this a personal attack or something?
If you go into medschool you will be broke to go to Starbucks
LOL HOW COME YOUR PFP IS THE SAME AS MY CRUSH'S FB PFP? 😂😮
Wdym life is an excuse for starbucks... jk XD
As a student getting ready to enter med school, I found this very uplifting. I can feel their love for medicine and it matches mine ❤
I’m in medschool and their experience and lifestyle is so relatable to nearly all med students 😂
As a medical student, I do feel demotivated a lot! This video helped me cheer up a little, thank you!
I think most importantly its how you can actually balance studies and fun ya know. Being a med school student is actually kinda awesome when i finally learnt to balance both.
They never asked them if they have doctor's handwriting:(
Here in the US, no.
I think it has to do with taking notes quickly, I have a good handwriting but now I'm watching it morph into a doctors even though I'm not a med student
Jdjsjsjks im a med student and i practice my handwriting during summers cause im afraid ill write prescriptions and people wont know what they say
@TheresaF thank you so much, this has helped me to see that i am able to get my dream job 😊
user234 I am also quite a shy person but in medical school you are taught how to deal with patients and relate to others. So don’t worry about it. At the end you’ll be bolder and more confident of yourself. The only thing you need to have before you pursue this career is to have passion and be more hardworking
I have so much respect for y’all who devote your lives to this field as long as they stay humble and grounded. I honestly wish I had the passion / resilience to get through with med school!
I’m a nursing student and can I say I related to this so much. It made me proud to be in the healthcare field :’)
My dad was my practice patient a few days before my Step2CS exam. This exam is a clinical skills assessment where you see a number of standardized patients over a day and are graded on it. Anyway, I listened to his heart and heard an irregular, abnormally rapid heartbeat. I ended up telling him to go to the cardiologist because I was pretty sure he had something called Atrial Fibrillation and needed to get treatment. I ended up being correct, and he thankfully is getting treatment for it. Being in medical school is amazing but definitely hits home if you end up finding something wrong in a friend or family member.
This made me feel sooooo much better. I started a phlebotomy class today and felt myself getting all nervous/faint but the fact the girl almost thought she was gonna fail med school because she’s scared of needles truly gives me hope. I have a lot of schooling to do but still. Thank you.
You guys seem like great people! Wishing you all the best in your endeavors to becoming a Doctor! Ill be there in a couple years.
Tell me you're asian without telling me you're asian "My dad's a scientist My mom's a engineer I am going to be a doctor"
Do a law school students one! Loved this one
I need a part two of never have I ever in med school edition . It was more informative than expected. Can we get them to talk and share their knowledge and follow their social media handles? Not to sound stalkerish but I'd really love to connect with them
you should do nursing students next!! A lot of the same pressures but as an undergrad
Being in a medical college and watching this video within 1 hour of posting shows the amount of stress 😅😅😅😅
Considering I’m planning to go to medical school this video really helped me out w/ what I need to expect and how to possibly prepare
That test sounds super similar to what I had to take to be a licensed Massage Therapist but their test is probably a lot harder! The test I took was 300 questions that could be about literally anything so we had to study everything possible. I was so sure I’d fail it but somehow passed lol.
i loved this video!! as a senior in hs theres sm talk abt ur future and honestly it can be pretty exhausting or demotivating at times :/ but this video made it seem much more possible and it reminded me of why i rlly want to go into medicine 😊
I'm currently feeling defeated while studying for STEP 1 and hearing them say it was the worst part of medschool is so validating. Also I can relate to the imposter syndrome hardcore.
i go to a vo-tech high school and at first i wasn’t all that interested in medicine but after being introduced to my medical assisting class i really like it. i’ve been learning a lot and hopefully go into med school and become a cardiologist
This helped a lot, I’m going to med school and this motivated me more thanks ♥️
Thanks so much guys! And in Biology 😊
What did you major in undergrad?
You can do all things through Christ who give you strength
Think this right...cause it's really difficult. I'm on my fourth year. And omg...I don't know how I get there.
Good luck! Do your best and don't lost motivation, remember it'll be worth it at the end! :)
Medical School is only the beginning. Residency and fellowships are even harder. And then there is board certifications and licensing. The list goes on. For those who are thinking about it make sure you’re passionate and those who are in the midst of it keep that passion!
I decided I wanted to be a doctor (instead of a theatre major) right at the end of my senior year of high school because I watched a lot of Violin MD's vlogs. I know that sounds like a very rash decision but to be fair I've always really liked science since I was little and I even played surgery simulators that were for high school students when I was 7 so I'm sure I can stick to this lol
my mom went into med school thinking she wanted to go into a certain field and halfway through she changed her mind and now she's a neurointensivist and she is the smartest person i've ever met. when she talks about medical school it sounded like hell so major props to everyone who works really hard to pursue their careers 😊
I just got accepted and will start classes next year! This was helpful, thank you :)
That last bit... It's so real, so many people I talk to in med school feel like they have been wrongly chosen. The last line was so motivating haha, thank you!
I hope you'll do a segment about law school next time. The frustrated MD in me hated most parts of it. It was pure hell. I think I only excelled in one or two branches, one of which is legal medicine. lol
i love these so much i’m going to apply to med school within the next two years and i feel like they show me what to expect but i have some tips for premeds or high school students of my own: shadow!! call your local hospital and ask if you can shadow whatever area your interested in and if you’re still in high school FSU and many other medical schools have med school camps that let you live like a med student for a week and get clinical experience
haha I agree! Step 1 was rough! I left the exam feeling like I had lost a part of me. Am so glad I passed it the first time.
It’s all worth it at the end !! Being a doctor is so rewarding 😊
I’m in korea and also in med school. I could totally relate for all the things . I’m surprised that it’s all same internationally.
i keep coming back to this bc david seems so kind/gentle lol i'd love him as my doc
make this a general series!!! (physics, engineering, law, students etc)
Hi! The video was awesome:) It was really helpful actually. I will be a senior next year and even it is a little late, I decided to consider abroad school options for my undergraduate program. However the problem is in my country, there is no pre medical study. If I stay where I am, I will be able to start medical school after graduating from high school. But if I choose to go abroad, it will take 4 years to start medical school. ( The research opportunities are much better in abroad though) I really don't know what I should do...
It’s insane what they have to do to become a doctor, it’s an insanely huge life time sacrifice. I thought I could do it but it’s too much of a sacrifice. I have enormous respect for them
Really interesting to see the difference and similarities on studying medicine across the waters since I'm from the UK!
Most of things that they said is so relateable even tho they’re from a different country from mine. Shows that being a medschool student no matter where you’re from, the challenges are mostly the same. *n.b for those who wants to become a doctor pls really consider your choice when you want to be a doctor or enter medical field, the journey is REALLY hard :’)
Thank you for going into Oncology. I have lost a lot of my loved ones to cancer. When the oncologists actually care it makes such a huge difference.
As a med student who has been procrastinating the whole week, this video actually motivated me to get back to my books😅
Really, how does Buzzfeed choose people to bring on their videos? You can't help but like all four of them, because they are so honest and willing to express themselves. I would seriously love it if they could come back again for another video as Residents, and finally as settled doctors!
For some reason this video has encouraged me to pursue becoming a doctor even more... I thought it was really reassuring when they explained that social time will be there and it will prevent burnout
The first time i gave an Intra-muscular injection, i couldn't break open the drug vial. I tried to hit the vial like 6 or 7 times to open it... And i actually missed 3 times :| All the people were wondering how this guy got into a Med School XD And when I finally broke it open everyone in the room cheered :)
the way i thought that medical school was all about the syllabus, but it turns out that staying sane is a lot harder than studying. definitely had the shock of my life in my first year, but that was all a great lesson to change my routine for the better in my upcoming years.
happy i stumbled across this video. i always feel like a "tourist" in the hospital, didnt know imposter syndrome was a thing among medical students
I’m a medical Librarian and I got so excited to hear that they use Up To Date to diagnose themselves. Use your available resources in med school, guys! 👏🏻
What is a medical Librarian?
Im so grateful for this video because im also really scared of needles and fainted sometimes when my doctors took my blood but i am really interessted in science and medicine. When the girl said that she is also really scared of needles and said that its gonna be okay, i was really relieved.
As a non American medical student, it’s interesting to know what studying medicine in other countries is like.
The thing that I like the most about doctors is how they are so patient. It's so charming.
I’m a medical student and i can relate to every question 😂🙏
It is very helpful pls make more videos like this ❤️
One thing you wish you knew before going into med school? The amount of hours you would spend studying! I totally agree!!!! ☕️☕️
This makes me feel so much better. Thank you Buzzfeed!
You should do this kind of video with nurses or nursing students!
I salute medical students like they are so intelligent and hardworking And they save lifes.
I’m a PA student and when that girl said it’s like a puzzle yes! That’s why I always say. It’s putting a lot of different pieces together although history and physical is the most important.
Look at all these lovely people making their parents proud. 🥰
Please do the same with culinary school students!!!
my parents are doctors and i understand a lot of what they’re saying i feel so proud >:) i’m gonna be a doctor when i’m older 😌💅
That drawing blood thing 😂 when it was our first week in med school, in the physiology lab the demo said to draw each others blood, and we were all like WTH are you crazy, how can we do THAT! ( yeah well I know I am in medical school but be honest who isn't afraid of needles! 😅) and the girl that drew my blood, she punctured my vessel so many times it left large purple BRUISES! 😖 and at that moment I was like I am here so that one day I can help the patients but before that I think I'll become one😅😂
I love this series!💛
Buzzfeed, please do more of these for healthcare professionals
Whos watching this because they don't know if they want to go to med school
@Hammy Jammy this is just wrong
@Marta K exact same feeling
I am interested but honestly i have no clue if i have passion for this. Most of my concer is that i will hate it ):
Exactly what I thought 😭
That "they already know that you can do it" line was crazy inspiring, and I'm still in high school😂
I’m in medical school and I feel like I’m listening to senior classmates/big siblings :’)
The hardest part of med school for me is the insecurity of it all. Will I even survive the rest med school? Will I be a decent doctor? Will I do residency in something I like? all these questions 💀
so relatable at 6:23... me being scared of blood and needles, but still ended up taking a healthcare-related course :")
I feel so sorry for my friends going to med school. They're twin sisters and since they were young, their parents wanted them to be doctors and nothing else. It's a bit heartbreaking seeing them drudge through the schooling, unable to switch path, accumulating debt. But hey, they'll be doctors right??? 🙄
”Not unless anxiety counts” that hit too close to home 😂
I'm so glad the impostor syndrome was brought up as I experience frequently and I'm only in pre-med so far xD
Please do one with nursing students! :)
finding motivation is the hardest thing to do. as a med school i knew that for sure. but when i have face-to-face time with patient , i find myself happy and really want to help them to be healthy.
They should also interview spouses or partners of med school students. That's a job in itself too.
1:08 He is so true!!! Although right now I'm a pre-med student preparing for my upcoming National Medical Entrance Exam....still we get to learn about a lot of disorders(physical n mental) & I misdiagnosed myself a few couple of times!! Haha!😂😂😂
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