Upon arrival at medical school, you may think that some of your classmates are cute and/or prospects for you. Exploring the classmate route may cause drama you were too foolish to foresee, but there are plenty of possibilities outside of the medical school! Being single is so much better than being in a relationship — you have the freedom to do anything. Just be aware that dating in the class does lead to increased gossip and scrutiny — but for the right person, go ahead and give them something to talk about.
I have met romantic prospects in the law school, at the Hispanic Heritage Festival, and while waiting for a friend at Bar Louie. Actually, that last one may not have been such a good idea. – Brian Hickman and Helena Hong, M1 Although much less common than dating within one’s class, dating someone outside of your class has all the perks of dating a fellow medical student with none of the downsides!
Medicine was just a distant thought in his mind and he already had a career… A few years after we met and started dating is when he began medical school and now he’s getting ready to start his third year [of school] soon. We have been through a LOT together and I know we are going to go through a lot more.
I didn’t originally sign up for this, but when you love someone you will do anything and everything for them…
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Sorry gals, but you’re still kicking butt when it comes to all of the other post-undergrad degrees! Naturally, a woman with a Ph D or MD would be significantly older than a recent undergrad graduate, and you know how those men love those younger women — I’m totally rolling my eyes right now.
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College Magazine took some of the load off your shoulders (you guys have a lot of work ahead of you) and ranked the top universities for pre-med students.
Ninety percent of UNC’s students who apply to medical school get in…let that sink in for a second.
Naturally, we were curious to see if having a graduate degree, or other further degree, has any correlation to a member’s attractiveness and preferences. Lucky and well-deserving, where would we be without doctor’s?
We looked at over 20 million matches and here’s what we found. Not only have the many, many years you spent in school helped tons of people stay and get healthy, you now know that it’s surely helping your dating life.