Tips for Third Year Medical Students

Third year of Medical School, what a perplexing year! It is the end of your academic years and your free time as well. They have a name for it: “Neck of a bottle!” All joking aside, it’s actually the year you will enjoy the most; you will finally feel like a medical student with interesting subjects and exciting topics to learn. You will have four exotic subjects that should not be taken lightly, two bulky ones, Pathology and Pharmacology, not only in terms of their syllabus but also in terms of grades, as each is given 300. Then comes the…
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Tips for Second Year Medical Students

Hello to all the survivors of first year’s shock and welcome to second year. This year is a new page in your academic life full of new aspirations and more achievements to harvest. Now you’re on the second step in the world of medicine. “The second hardest year after 6th year.” These are  the first words you’ll hear from all doctors before the introduction. Later on, however, you will discover that this is just an exaggeration. I have to admit: It is neither a piece of cake nor a mission impossible. For instance, it can be totally controllable through some…
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Tips for First Year Medical Students

You’ve scored the top marks in high school, applied to the tansik,and just got admitted to your target medical school. You become overwhelmed with feelings of pride, achievement and anticipation as you are on your way to achieving your childhood dream of becoming an excellent physician who’s going to contribute to saving many lives from the agony of disease and the misery of ignorance (yes doctors are some of the best teachers out there). However, you must realize as an aspiring medical student that your journey will be a really tough, super long one. You will and you must get…
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NOSA: A “Hope-Making” Story

Acting their motto “NO to Slum Areas” out into tangible reality, our SCOPH heroes donned their armours, raised their shields and drew their swords to fight for health in Ezbet Khayr Allah. A group of 15 medical students decided to stir their dormant knowledge and skills on a medical convoy that took place on February the 24th under the supervision of NOSA’s cofounders and the SSS’ very own Ms. Nancy ElGuizy, Mr. Mahmoud Samaha and Ms. Ayah Nada. This year’s NOSA project comprised three interrelated phases, carried out on three separate days; The medical convoy was preceded by two awareness…
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