“He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.”
– Muhammad Ali
Completed Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) with Distinction at UNSW
Currently pursuing PhD
Presented multiple research seminars at UNSW and USYD
1. Live in the moment. Stop thinking about tomorrow’s meal or next week’s assignment. Think about what I need to do now. When you’re studying, focus on study and study only. Set a small goal of 20-30 min of study time and remove ALL distractions.
2. ‘Failing to plan is planning to fail’. Set a weekly routine with healthy study habits. Life gets very hectic at times and having a structured approach and healthy life balance is crucial. Without setting out my week and day I feel lost and overwhelmed with all the tasks I need to complete.
3. ‘Fall down seven times, get up eight’. You will fail. Studying is a difficult task that requires effort and perseverance. When (not if) you DO fail, get up and re-evaluate where you went wrong and do something different. It will work out when you just try. It is not always pleasant but your future self will thank you.