Today’s inane image of the day:
|AFFERENT vs EFFERENT — extremely important [albeit basic] Neuroscience terms.|
We are quickly approaching our 5th major examination. Sadly, preparation doesn’t get any less stressful.
Expect sparse updates and a lot of images of colorful notes and misleading small, densely packed textbooks.
Any requests for photos?
Update: As I sat here in the library trying to focus on the text before me, I quickly realized that I was envious of the high schoolers at the table next to mine frantically flipping through textbooks to fill in the blanks of a homework assignment. Long gone are the days of assignments with definitive start and end times. True, one could see our studying “end time” as the examination, but let’s be realistic here, this material will inevitably undergo the vicious cycle of being learned, forgotten and re-learned. Medical school is about repetition and the hope that we can train our brains to absorb to the point of supersaturation.
Regardless of this reality, I still love the applicability of the material. In the end, I don’t think there’s anything more fascinating than the human being.