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    • #48797
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      Hello everyone, welcome to the conversation. Indicate your presence here by replying this with a “hello”.

    • #48798
      Kennedy OzoezeKennedy Ozoeze
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      Hello

      • #48800

        Excellent.
        Welcome to the conversation Kennedy.
        I’d like to know your favourite course in schschool and why you preferred it to every other one

    • #48802
      Fidelia AlawaFidelia Alawa
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      Hello

      • #48803

        Welcome Fidelia
        What was your favourite course in Medical school and why did you enjoy it the most?

    • #48804

      WELCOME TO THE CONVERSATION.
      KINDLY LET US KNOW WHAT YOUR FAVOURITE COURSE IN MEDICAL SCHOOL IS/WAS AND WHY?

    • #48807
      Kennedy OzoezeKennedy Ozoeze
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      Nice evening everyone..
      Easy….Anatomy
      My reason was that it is singularly the only course with the most pictorial representation.. You could study a topic that was supposed to be read for more time with just a glance at the pictorial representation

      • #48808

        anatomy?…
        Anatomy wasn’t fair game during the preclinical classes.
        What happened to physiology?

    • #48811
      Kennedy OzoezeKennedy Ozoeze
      Participant

      Physio is next on my like list but Anatomy was more mysterious therefore more interesting when it was cracked(understood)…#more satisfying ☺

      • #48812

        wow.
        that’s fantastic
        i think i liked a lot of courses in school but the ones i seem to remember very well are the ones that really didn’t bring me so much joy

      • #48813

        was it more satisfying because you began to understand it with time or because you feel it was taught pretty well?

    • #48814
      Kennedy OzoezeKennedy Ozoeze
      Participant

      A little bit of both plus it was more unraveling

    • #48816
      Rose ElenduRose Elendu
      Participant

      Hi everyone
      Well I liked O&G, basically the department,the lecturers made the lectures easy and then spending less time too on the course.it was quite interesting

      • #48817

        o&g
        well, truthfully, i feel like that is the most result oriented area in medicine
        you get results immediately you apply the principles.
        and aren’t all their lecturers the best?
        mine were hilarious
        i hope yours were too?

    • #48818
      Kennedy OzoezeKennedy Ozoeze
      Participant

      Worst?..
      I’d say medical biochemistry…
      The why…some would say the course was pointless but it wasn’t, just that most of the corse teachers I had at the time dwelt more unapologetically on the unnecessary..my opinion

      • #48819

        we share similar opinions though.
        i have even had friends argue that you could have a successful practice without studying biochemistry and they all made very valid points.
        but i think i’ll say i disliked pharmacology the most..
        the pharmacology department in my school was so bad that i vowed to write a petition against the lecturers once i graduated

      • #48821
        Rose ElenduRose Elendu
        Participant

        Now that sounds hilarious cos u r done do r u still going on with it?

      • #48827

        well, the department received an overhaul and they are doing much better now.
        some of the lecturers passed on, new ones got employed and the old ones adopted better methods so i cannot possibly complain

    • #48820
      Rose ElenduRose Elendu
      Participant

      Well not all of them I guess it was a mixture if real seriousness and hilariousness

      • #48822

        owkay…
        so lets see..
        which was your least favourite and why?

      • #48825
        Rose ElenduRose Elendu
        Participant

        I wud say Microbiology under pathology,
        I guess the format of teaching and knowing well some viruses and their classification and all

      • #48826

        what????
        microbiology was fascinating for me.
        asides from the fact that they had notes whose magnitude threatened my sanity, i feel that the content of the course is quite intriguing.
        people are beginning to consider it as an area for specialist training too

    • #48823
      Kennedy OzoezeKennedy Ozoeze
      Participant

      Our pharmacology department right 😂

      • #48824

        yes
        those people traumatised me.
        imagine getting just a page as a note for a topic only to go back to your text and see that the said topic has got 7 chapters to it.

    • #48828

      thank you to all who joined the conversation.
      thummimng extends its profound gratitude and will contact you soon in appreciation

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