Experience Sharing Meeting
At 10:00am on October 2nd, Class monitor Chen Feilong brought an excellent experience sharing to our class. Chen Feilong, a senior student, won the admission of Peking Union Medical College this year. At the same time, he also participated in the Student Union and other departments. How to balance study and work has become the most concerned issue for everyone.
He shares his college life in response to the questions raised by the students.
About the activities and competition. He encourage us to take part in more activities and competitions, especially those high level competitions, which will increase the favorable conditions for our future. You can also participate in professional activities to dig out medical knowledge and put theoretical knowledge into practice. During the university, we can also participate in the tutor's big innovation project. Even if we can only participate in the basic work such as literature review. It is also helpful to understand the scientific research process. He also mentioned that he once participated in the volunteer teaching activities in Guizhou,which left an indelible memory for his youth.
About CET-4 and CET-6. He pointed out that our English is not good because we do not pay attention to it He stressed that he must do his best before the exam, not just to pass the exam, but to give ourselves a satisfactory answer paper. As for TOEFL and IELTS, it is not recommended if you do not plan to go abroad.
Whether it is appropriate to study abroad after the epidemic. In fact, the popularity of going abroad has not decreased. Diversified development and the perspective of globalization are of great help to our scientific research and employment. Studying abroad also gives us more development possibilities.
As a medical student, we should learn from more experience to recite it. Calm is always accompanied with pain. Where there is a will, there is a way.