NEET is the start, not the end, of your medical career!

It is a common assumption that once you reach a certain level in life, everything will be taken care of for the future, but this is not the case. As you progress in life, obstacles will continue to arise, and you must be prepared to give it your all in any scenario, regardless of the outcome.

Every NEET aspirant has probably heard from relatives or non-medical friends that if you pass NEET and get into a government college, everything else will be a piece of cake. However, the irony is that the true difficulty begins after you pass NEET and enrol in medical school. The MBBS journey of 19 subjects, which begins in undergraduation, is rather demanding.

The new college environment, new classmates, and new teaching curriculum can be overwhelming for students at times, but this suffering will pay off in the long run. Don’t assume that once you’ve completed your schoolwork, i.e. classes beginning at 8:00 a.m., you’ll be done. Medical students, interns, and doctors, on the other hand, must report early in the morning. As a result, medical school teaches you discipline and the importance of time.

Because medical science is such a wide area and it is difficult to save a patient’s life by only reading a few books, doctors must complete a 3-year postgraduate programme and then a 2-3-year fellowship in their field after completing their MBBS and internship. As a result, tenacity is a critical component of a doctor’s life; one must be constant and driven throughout the path, as this job requires a significant amount of maturity time. But it’s not impossible; in fact, it’s very likely. You simply need to strike a balance between your personal and academic lives, as well as a thorough understanding of your field, in order to accomplish your desired outcome.

So, now that you have a better idea of what lies ahead, you can see how the hard effort you are putting in now will benefit you in the future by preparing you for some larger obstacles. So never be afraid of hard effort, don’t look for shortcuts to problems, and you’ll eventually attain your goal and a respected profession will be waiting for you.

Best wishes; put your heart and soul into your preparations, track your performance on a regular basis, and correct your errors to achieve the pinnacles of your ambition.

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