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A Poem For Pre-Meds

Any similarities to the actual experiences of pre-med students have been gleaned from late-night Slack conversations. 

Hell. I’m living in hell
Ethanol solutions haunt my nightmares
Yet it’s all worth it. I’ll be a doctor someday
Just trying to make it through
Every day, I take tests
For Mowsh bio, for chemistry, for physics, for psych
Friends don’t understand, no matter how hard they try
Robo-cop would but he’s not real
Eventually I will achieve my dream of fixing people and also being 10% less stressed
Yee haw, yeet, yoink, and other y-sounds

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3 Comments

  • Perv says:

    @Perv Just awful

  • I want to fix ppl, although the first thing to fix might be myself says:

    @I want to fix ppl, although the first thing to fix might be myself Same ;(,. There should be a club on campus for all the premeds to crowd-fund our tuition with tears. – fellow stressed premed

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Go to NYU or Columbia. NYU has no tuition and Columbia is free for any family making under 80K a year and will be free in a few years as well.

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