Dating a fourth year med student
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Sidenote: Several of my classmates have had success finding either medical/non-medical professional significant others on Tinder. Cons: They don’t always get your need to discuss the pus-filled thing that you got to lance today.
Turns out that not everyone likes talking about caseous lung tissue over dinner. You will also have to make a conscious effort to schedule some time outside of school to spend with your significant other. My chiropractor was telling me about the stresses that he went through dating while in school.
I work in a very open field in the aspect of time, and can make time when she has it. Emily has been a teacher for Kaplan for over eight years; she's taught MCAT, ACT, SAT, SAT2 and tutored pretty much every subject under the sun in both the classroom and live online (aka Classroom Anywhere) settings.
So with all that being said, should I just see how it goes, or maybe not get in too deep to just be disappointed if she happens to get too stressed and feels like the relationship is just too much? She's also worked for Kaplan in content development and teacher mentorship roles.
I am sure you can all relate as girlfriends/boyfriends in relationships with residents.
Any help or advise I can get would very helpful-thanks!
Even now that I am just a pre med, we have conflicts with our schedules and cannot see each other as much.
Emily is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Colorado and is hoping to go into Pediatrics.
She's involved in many campus opportunities such as being a Prospective Student Representative, admissions committee member, CU-UNITE member, and co-president of the Education and Teaching Interest Group.
When you’re spending most of your free-time studying, stressing, or practicing your skills in clinic, finding an amazing significant other is not necessarily easy to accomplish. What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of different dating scenarios?
Disclaimer: the majority of my class began medical school in a committed relationship, which means in my class, the single folks are vastly outnumbered. Pros: Classmates are very understanding of your schedule. You have a permanent study-buddy and they’re less likely to be crabby about you stressing before your test because they’re crabby too.