Entering medical school is no joke. It is time consuming. It eats up time for family, time for friends, time for a special someone and time for yourself. It is isolating and quite frequently depressing. But my boyfriend is. I am a witness of his everyday dread and breakdowns.
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Medical students make one of the most sought after dating partners; not so much because of an exciting or romantic time they have to offer but rather because of their great professional prospects. So if you are looking to meet and date a student in scrubs, here are a few tips to help you along. Know where to find them In order to date a medical student, you will first need to know where to meet them. Most medical students are so bogged down with studies that they hardly get the time to go bar-hopping or hit the hippest nightclubs in town. So your best bet lies with cafes and fast food joints that are located around medical colleges or the bigger teaching hospitals. If you are the adventurous sort, you can even check out the hospital cafeterias and coffee stations where most of the students will be heading for a quick break. However a far better way to meet medical students would be to volunteer at a big hospital or spend some hours there as part of a research project or survey.
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I know this should be the least of my worries in med school, but I've never had a long term relationship yet I am not dating, but lots in my class are. There are some couples in the class.
Your email:. Big news recently — I got engaged a few weeks ago! Well, in my class Class of , 54 students , I count 14 classmates who are currently married, and another 12 of us who are engaged. And there are a whole lot of other people who are in dating relationships. These statistics could be an abnormality unique to my class, but I know there are many students in the other classes here at USCSOMG who are dating, engaged, or married, too.