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  • Congratulations on getting into medical school.

    恭喜你考上了醫學院。

  • Based on the low rate of matriculation into medical school, one could argue that the hardest

    根據醫學院的低考研率,可以說最難的是

  • part is now behind you.

    現在是你後面的部分。

  • After all, fewer than 40% of applicants successfully get accepted to medical school in the US.

    畢竟,只有不到40%的申請者成功被美國醫學院錄取。

  • However, I would argue that the toughest part is yet to come.

    然而,我認為,最艱難的部分還在後面。

  • What's going on guys! Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    你們是怎麼回事!醫學界內幕網朱波醫生。

  • I remember thinking that I was a beast after

    我還記得我覺得我是個禽獸之後

  • finishing undergrad and having a highly successful medical school application season.

    完成大學學業,度過了一個非常成功的醫學院申請季。

  • But the beginning of medical school was a rude awakening.

    但是,醫學院的開始是一個粗暴的覺醒。

  • I incorrectly thought that since I had figured out how to be an effective student in undergrad,

    我錯誤地認為,既然我在大學時已經想好了如何做一個有效的學生。

  • I would find it equally easy to be an effective student in medical school.

    我覺得在醫學院做一個高效的學生同樣容易。

  • While med school and college do share several similarities, they require distinctly different

    雖然醫學院和大學有幾個相似之處,但他們需要的是截然不同的。

  • approaches.

    辦法。

  • If you haven't already, be sure to check out my college versus medical school comparison

    如果你還沒有,一定要看看我的大學與醫學院的比較。

  • video.

    視頻:

  • First, question your current methods.

    首先,質疑你目前的方法。

  • Everything in this video is going to hinge on this foundational principle.

    這個視頻中的一切都將取決於這個基本原則。

  • One of my favorite quotes is, don't believe everything you think.

    我最喜歡的一句話是,不要相信你的一切想法。

  • Growth, improvement, and progress require constantly challenging your current mode of

    成長、改進和進步需要不斷挑戰你目前的模式。

  • operating.

    運作。

  • This couldn't be more true for the transition to med school.

    這對於轉入醫學院的學生來說,是再正確不過了。

  • Here are some personal examples that I experienced.

    下面是我親身經歷的一些例子。

  • In college, I would take notes in powerpoint and then click through them to study for exams.

    大學的時候,我會用powerpoint做筆記,然後點開來學習考試。

  • I achieved great results in college using this terribly inefficient method but this

    我在大學裡用這種可怕的低效方法取得了很好的成績,但這種

  • was even more suboptimal in med school.

    在醫學院的時候更是不理想。

  • I go over other study strategies I wish I knew sooner in my pre-med study strategies

    我在醫學預科學習策略中還會講到其他的學習策略,我希望自己能早點知道。

  • video, which is the first video I ever made, link in the description below.

    視頻,這是我做的第一個視頻,鏈接在下面的描述。

  • In college I would wake up at different times each day, depending on my class schedule for

    在大學裡,我每天都會根據自己的課程安排,在不同的時間醒來,以備不時之需。

  • that day.

    當天。

  • Some days it was 6 AM and other days it was 10 AM.

    有些日子是早上6點,有些日子是早上10點。

  • In med school, I quickly learned that the lack of a regular routine with wake up time

    在醫學院裡,我很快就知道,缺乏規律的作息與起床的時間

  • not only resulted in poorer sleep but it also killed my productivity and momentum throughout

    不僅導致我的睡眠品質變差,還扼殺了我的工作效率和動力。

  • the day.

    當天。

  • In college, I would go to the gym at different times each day without a clear plan.

    在大學裡,我每天都會在不同的時間去健身房,沒有一個明確的計劃。

  • Since I had so much more free time in college, this actually worked.

    由於我在大學裡的空閒時間比較多,所以這個辦法其實很管用。

  • I had multiple free blocks of time where I could leisurely go to the gym.

    我有多塊空閒的時間,可以悠閒地去健身房。

  • However, in med school, this method resulted in me skipping the gym more often than actually

    然而,在醫學院裡,這種方法導致我逃課的次數比真正的

  • going to the gym.

    去健身房。

  • I needed to schedule my gym time and make it a routine, otherwise, it just wouldn't

    我需要安排我的健身時間,並使其成為一個常規,否則,它只是不會。

  • happen.

    咬。

  • Now the key takeaway is to not grow attached to things that used to work for you.

    現在關鍵的心得是,不要對過去對你有用的東西產生依賴。

  • Rather than being attached to certain habits and ways of being, practice being committed

    不要拘泥於某些習慣和方式,而要練習投入。

  • to improvement and results.

    到改進和成果。

  • This shift from attachment to commitment will empower you to be flexible and swap habits

    這種從依戀到承諾的轉變,將使你有能力靈活地交換習慣。

  • that don't work for those that do.

    那些不工作的人。

  • Number two, prepare for the marathon.

    第二,準備參加馬拉松比賽。

  • Med school is not a sprint.

    醫學院不是一個短跑。

  • Do you remember the joys of finals week in college?

    你還記得大學裡期末考試周的樂趣嗎?

  • Most of the quarter or semester was pretty relaxed and then things would get intense

    大部分的季度或學期都很輕鬆,然後事情就會變得很緊張。

  • during midterms and then again during finals week.

    在期中考試期間,然後在期末考試周再次。

  • While that did work in college, it will not cut it in med school.

    雖然這在大學裡確實有用,但在醫學院裡就不行了。

  • Now, when I say to approach med school as a marathon, I'm referring to two main areas

    現在,當我說要把醫學院當作馬拉松來對待時,我指的是兩個主要方面

  • in life, self-care, and studying.

    在生活、自理和學習上。

  • With regards to self-care, it is imperative to take care of yourself from the very start.

    關於自我保健,從一開始就必須照顧好自己。

  • Skipping meals, opting for convenient yet unhealthy foods, skipping the gym, not sleeping

    不吃飯,選擇方便卻不健康的食物,不健身,不睡覺。

  • enough, these are all habits that may work in the short term but long term they will

    夠了,這些都是短期內可能有效的習慣,但長期來看,它們將是

  • severely limit your potential.

    嚴重限制了你的潛力。

  • Rather, create systems and habits that allow you to eat healthfully around your busy schedule,

    相反,建立系統和習慣,讓你在繁忙的日程中健康地飲食。

  • like meal prep, schedule time for the gym daily, make it a routine.

    比如飯前準備,每天安排時間去健身房,讓它成為一種習慣。

  • In my preclinical medical school years, I would work out every day during my lunch break.

    在我讀臨床醫學院前的那幾年,我每天午休的時候都會鍛鍊身體。

  • Create and enforce guidelines for yourself regarding your sleep habits and bedtime.

    為自己制定並執行有關睡眠習慣和睡覺時間的準則。

  • On weekdays I would start winding down at 11 PM and I rarely violated this rule.

    平時我會在晚上11點開始收工,我很少違反這個規定。

  • Remember that the quality of time spent studying is more important than the quantity of time

    記住,學習時間的品質比時間的數量更重要

  • spent studying.

    用來學習。

  • Although it may seem counterintuitive, taking time away from the books for a workout, a

    雖然這看起來似乎有悖常理,但從書本中抽出時間來鍛鍊身體,一

  • meditation session or a good night's rest will actually make med school easier for you.

    冥想會議或一個良好的夜間休息,實際上將使醫學學校更容易為你。

  • Now with regards to studying, cramming will not work.

    現在關於學習,補習是不行的。

  • First, there is far too much information to get through in a few days before your exam.

    首先,在考前幾天,有太多的資訊需要你去了解。

  • I had friends who would cram and ultimately they did pass most exams but as the year went

    我有朋友會補習,最終他們確實通過了大部分的考試,但隨著年

  • on, it got harder and harder for them to keep up.

    上,他們越來越難跟上。

  • And when it was time for Step 1, those of us who studied a little bit every day during

    而當到了步驟一的時候,我們這些每天學習一點的人,在

  • the year fared far better than those who were cramming.

    年的表現遠比那些補習的人好。

  • And that brings us to the second point, content in medical school builds off itself.

    這就涉及到第二點,醫學院的內容是靠自己建立起來的。

  • We know that studying a little bit every day is much more effective for long term retention

    我們知道,每天學習一點,對長期保持學習效果更好。

  • compared to short bursts of cramming.

    與短時的補習相比。

  • In college this isn't as big of a deal but in med school, everything you learn is far

    在大學裡,這並不是什麼大不了的事,但在醫學院裡,你所學的一切都很遠。

  • more interconnected and will ultimately be tested on Step 1 and Step 2.

    更加互聯互通,最終將在步驟1和步驟2上進行測試。

  • Studying a little bit every day is like compounding interest in finances.

    每天學習一點,就像財務上的複利。

  • The initial benefits may not be as pronounced, but over time you will reap huge rewards.

    最初的好處可能沒有那麼明顯,但隨著時間的推移,你會收穫巨大的回報。

  • Number three, reassess your priorities.

    第三,重新評估你的優先級。

  • Wanna pick up a new sport or three?

    要不要學一門新的運動?

  • How about a dance club, a public speaking course, and still going out with your friends

    舞蹈俱樂部,公共演講課程,還能和朋友出去玩,怎麼樣?

  • every weekend?

    每個週末?

  • In college, this isn't too far fetched but in med school, you'll have to learn to prioritize.

    在大學裡,這並不遙遠,但在醫學院裡,你必須學會優先考慮。

  • Time is of the essence.

    時間是最重要的。

  • When I started medical school, I was excited to try new things with my new friends.

    當我開始上醫學院的時候,我很興奮地和我的新朋友一起嘗試新事物。

  • I went surfing several times, rock climbing, and I even tried running regularly on the

    我去了幾次衝浪,攀巖,我甚至還試著經常跑上

  • beach.

    灘。

  • But ultimately it became more and more apparent that I was spreading myself way too thin.

    但最終越來越發現,我把自己攤得太薄了。

  • While studying should be a top priority, so should your physical exercise and mental health.

    在學習的同時,身體鍛鍊和心理健康也應該是重中之重。

  • I personally prioritize cycling, lifting at the gym and to get my creative fix, I was

    我個人優先考慮的是騎車、在健身房舉重,為了讓自己的創意得到滿足,我是。

  • a designer and editor at the medical school's literary magazine.

    醫學院文學雜誌的設計師和編輯。

  • And later on in medical school, I also began racing my car at autocross race days.

    而後在醫學院的時候,我也開始在汽車越野賽的比賽日裡飆車。

  • So, rather than spending your time in several activities, focus yourself on just a few.

    所以,與其把時間花在幾個活動上,不如把自己的精力集中在幾個活動上。

  • Be sure that at least one or more of your activities incorporate physical activity and

    確保你的活動中至少有一項或多項包含了體育活動和。

  • a social or community aspect.

    社會或社區方面;

  • By focusing on depth rather than breadth in your activities, you'll get far more out

    通過關注活動的深度而非廣度,你會得到更多的東西。

  • of them without detracting from your medical school coursework.

    的,而不影響你的醫學院課程作業。

  • And number four, embrace your classmates and your community.

    第四,擁抱你的同學和社會。

  • The tip refers to the cultural shift that you'll experience in med school.

    小貼士指的是你在醫學院會經歷的文化轉變。

  • In college, you likely had friends in different majors and with different priorities, but

    在大學裡,你很可能有不同專業、不同重點的朋友,但

  • when you get to med school, everyone in your class is in the same boat.

    當你到了醫學院, 每個人都在你的類是在同一條船上。

  • We're all taking the same tests, we're all working towards the same degree and we're

    我們都在參加同樣的考試,我們都在為同樣的學位而努力,我們都...

  • all studying hard and grinding it out.

    都在努力學習和磨練。

  • And most importantly, we're all in this together.

    最重要的是,我們都在一起。

  • Support each other and offer a helping hand when you notice someone's struggling.

    互相支持,當你發現有人在苦苦掙扎時,請伸出援助之手。

  • Don't expect someone else to.

    不要指望別人。

  • I personally knew a struggling classmate, and while I initially thought that one of

    我本人就認識一位正在奮鬥的同學,雖然我一開始認為,一個

  • their friends should help them, I ultimately took it upon myself to offer a helping hand.

    他們的朋友應該幫助他們,我最終還是主動伸出了援助之手。

  • And I'm really glad I did, as I later learned that student didn't have a strong support

    而我真的很高興我這樣做了,因為我後來才知道那個學生沒有一個強大的支撐點

  • system.

    體系。

  • Now, on the flip side, don't be afraid to reach out to others, to be vulnerable, to

    現在,反過來說,不要害怕向別人伸出援手,不要害怕脆弱,不要害怕。

  • let your shields down.

    讓你的盾牌下來。

  • Med school is a trying time and it is only human to have difficulties at some point.

    醫學院是一個艱難的時期,在某些時候遇到困難是人之常情。

  • There is no shame in asking for help.

    求助並不可恥。

  • Now I wanna leave you with this, first congrats on getting into medical school.

    現在我想給你留下這個,首先恭喜你考上了醫學院。

  • I wish you the best in your med school career.

    我希望你在醫學院的生涯中一切順利。

  • It's one of the most challenging and rigorous types of higher education, but also the most

    這是一種最具挑戰性、最嚴格的高等教育類型,但也是最具

  • rewarding.

    有價值的。

  • Some of my closest friendships were established and grew from my time as a medical student.

    我的一些最親密的朋友關係是在我當醫學生的時候建立和發展起來的。

  • Now while med school is a grind, by following the practices from this channel, you will

    現在雖然學醫是個苦差事,但只要按照這個頻道的做法,你就會。

  • be well equipped to crush it and ultimately even enjoy it.

    具備了碾壓它的條件,最終甚至可以享受它。

  • If you like this video make sure you press that like button.

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,一定要按下那個喜歡的按鈕。

  • New videos every week, so hit subscribe if you have not already and I will see you guys

    每週都有新的視頻,如果你還沒有訂閱,請點擊訂閱,我們會再見面的。

  • in that next one.

    在接下來的那個。

Congratulations on getting into medical school.

恭喜你考上了醫學院。

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