HARDEST Part of Becoming a Doctor #SHORTS

Training to become a doctor can be broken down into 3 main stages: college, medical school, and residency. Each stage has its own struggles and obstacles, but which is the most difficult?

The main obstacles you will face during college are distractions, competition with other premeds, and too much flexibility.

The main obstacles you will face during medical school are the lack of time, the increased pace of learning, and the transition from the classroom to the clinical environment.

In residency, it comes down to increased responsibility. Patients are counting on you, so you must keep up with studying and medical knowledge while spending more time at the hospital and more nights on call.

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For me, the sub-internships at the beginning of my fourth year of medical school were the most challenging part. As a plastic surgery sub-intern, it was the norm to spend 15 hours in the hospital 6 days per week, and then have to go home and study for the next day’s cases.

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