Week’s Itinerary= SA Digestive Quizzes #3 and 4, Pathology Pre-Test
This week was honestly not that bad! We had a quiz or exam every day, but the experience was nowhere as stressful as the previous weeks.
The SA digestive quizzes were again tedious to study for, but very informative. The professor helped us with one of them by uploading her power point slides with the same quiz material. I highly recommend studying that before tackling the required textbook reading.
This was my last chance to try and successfully pass the next pathology pre-test. I didn’t pass the last one, and remember you need to pass with a 90 or better in order to not take the real exam. The material for this exam was beastly and not fun to look over sometimes. The focus was on pathological features for brain and central nervous system disorders, and I had to plow through a ton of material to get ready. Fortunately, I passed by getting 90 percent of the answers right! The professor was surprisingly nice with her questions this time. Thank goodness. This meant I did not have to worry about taking the exam on Friday, so I hope my other classmates did well that day.
This past weekend, I went back home to help my aunt in Atlanta with a business project that Microsoft has been backing since this past summer. Her program is called “Global Education Consultant Group” and it aims to help students who are high school seniors or college freshmen interested in STEAM careers (Science + Technology +Engineering + Arts [newly added] +Mathematics). Here is her website:
I helped my aunt with photography and met some of the students she’s working with. They are eager to learn how to become leaders in their field of study and to learn how to communicate and network their way into good jobs, or maybe even creating their own businesses.
If you’re a young person who fits this description, check out the website. Students in this program have met not only college recruiters, but learned how music promotion works from the managers who manages Usher’s career. Next month Jovita Moore, a news anchor at Atlanta’s channel 2, will meet with them.
I was glad to lend a hand with this great project.
Here is my aunt, Elaine Bryan, discussing the program
Here is one of the students who took part in the program last summer and is now an ambassador for my aunt’s company. She created the new logo for my aunt’s foundation. She is also interested in going to Pharmacy School and hopes to be an anesthesiologist. Wow!