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Warwick

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  1. That's the part that worries me the most. I don't think my heart is in it anymore. When i was in didactic it just felt like I was just going through the motions without much thought about anything else. TBH mostly bc I never really did well academically and was in survival mode most of the time and it just got worse as time went on. When i did stop for a moment to think, I remember telling myself to just get through it, get the degree so I can make money and do something else, and the fear of debt was what kept me pushing on. (I don't have a trust fund or a rich SO) Now that I've had time to
  2. I am done with didactic and is about start rotation soon. I think should feel excited to be done "the hard part" yet I'm filled with doubts and anxiety about moving forward. I originally came into this profession with the idea that I want to help patients understand diseases and empower them with knowledge to help themselves. Looking back now, I somehow feel like I've been passively heading toward this direction all my life because when people asked me what I wanted to do, I just said I want to do something medical related. Be it after school programs in high school or medical related jobs aft
  3. Hello Artie, I am applying to Bay Path for the first time this year and it will be my second cycle of applications. 2 questions. How did you presents/market yourself during the interview that made you successful last time? What was your impression of the program/staff/teachers after speaking with current the students you met there?
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