A day in the life of a final year medical student, aged 23 and three quarters
Jean Adams shares a typical day A Saturday in June
- By: Jean Adams
0800 hrs - Woken by alarm set unusually early for a Saturday. In fact, pretty unusual to set alarm on a Saturday at all. Have sleepy debate with self re necessity for early rising that seemed so imperative last night in order to get a full day of revision in. Conclude that deserve at least a little lie in on a Saturday. Turn over. Resume slumbers.
0834 hrs - Woken, again, by flatmate clumping up stairs and relieving self with bathroom door open-jealous re obvious satisfaction that must be gained from making that much noise on such a regular basis. Presume this can only mean that others are getting up early to work. Turn over but can no longer sleep given guilt re assumed occupation of others in house. Drag self out of bed.
0850 hrs - Stumble into kitchen aware spectacles are not conveniently perched on nose as per