Hellooooowwww earthlings. What a sudden update. I was actually thinking of shutting down this blog already. Not sure about that yet. What do you guys think? Hmmm. Okay so, I'm going to make this very quick, since I'm having quite a lot of assignments to do this week. I'm literally crying inside. I just finished Week 3. Lol.

Spent months and months at home, until 1st September 2019, I finally started my Degree life. Phew. After going through several interviews and the long wait for the results, I managed to secure my place for a Degree course that I've always dreamed of which is, Medicine! Alhamdulillah. Alhamdulillah. Alhamdulillah.

I'm currently in my Semester 1, 4th Week of degree in Doctor of Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia. It is under the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, UPM. Located beside Hospital Serdang. Hehe. Yeap, bye-bye Universiti Malaya! Lol. Obviously, UM's Medical School was my first choice since I took my foundation in PASUM, but Allah knows better. I believe being in UPM's Medical School is what best for me. And I'm still beyond grateful for everything.

An update on my previous Foundation studies, I managed to graduate PASUM with an overall CGPA 4.0! Again, alhamdulillah. I couldn't be more grateful for what I've achieved. It was such an exhausting yet amazing journey. I miss my Foundation life in UM so much, especially my friends. They were the ones who helped me a lot to survive PASUM. Most of my friends managed to enter the course that they aimed for, and I'm so damn proud of them!

Anyways, you can read more about my Foundation life here.

I miss my class in PASUM, HE1, so damn much. Ugh.

Anyways, as for now, I'm really enjoying my life in UPM. I got lots of new, amazing friends. My housemates are awesome. I also have some old friends that came from PASUM as well. Studies? For now, so far so good. Everything is still fine, since we are still learning the first module which is Human Biology. Very basic, we've learned most of the topics during foundation. Just refreshing them back.

Not going to lie. Of course, I'm quite excited yet so scared. I've always enjoyed learning Biology, especially about the human body. But we all know that this course I'm currently taking is quite a tough one. With 5 years of study and only 3 weeks of Semester breaks, not to forget the packed schedule as well. And so many other challenges not only during the degree, but also the life as a doctor itself. Wow.

We all don't know what's going to happen next. I'm just praying that I would survive these 5 years in medical school. Despite all those negative things I've heard, I hope I can make it through. After all, nothing comes easy, right? Whatever it is, I'm so grateful to have supportive family members and friends.

Again, alhamdulillah. God bless.

Meet my new degree batchmates, MD24.

To all my friends and '00 buddies out there, all the best! Every course has its own challenges. And to everyone else too, of course, good luck in whatever you guys are working on! I'm rooting for you guys!

Always remember to stay positive and work smart. Don't push yourself too much. Remember to have time for yourself too. Find the best way for you to study, and find the best way for you to release your stress as well. Time management, of course.

Oh, and the most important thing is to maintain a good relationship with God. Don't ever leave Him behind, because He'll never leave you behind. That's the key. Have a good relationship with people around you as well, especially your family, friends and lecturers.

Please do pray for me, guys. Wish me luck! I really hope I will survive this medical school with ease. InshaAllah. Aamiin, ya Rabb.

Here's a du'a that I always practice. I would recite it every single time, every single day and night. Ever since my SPM journey, until today. It might sounds simple and typical, but for me, it really helps a lot. Alhamdulillah.

Thank you so much for reading. Feel free to leave any comments down below. I would love to update more whenever I have time. Now, back to reality! Assignments are waiting for me!

'Till then, see you when I see you!