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The Doctor Is Not In

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Vikash Ramnarine

on 18 March 2014

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Transcript of The Doctor Is Not In

The Doctor Is Not In
The Goal
When I first started St. John's I had the idea that for the next four years I would be spending my time working my way up medical school.

Little did I know that those plans were soon to change.
Sounds safe
Can I see myself continuing?
That's when I realized I don't want to be a doctor.

I didn't want to be in school for 8+ years in the addition to what I've accomplished already.
Uh oh
Then it came around to the beginning of my junior year.
I picked up a minor in business and caught on to it relatively easy.
Compared to bio, all the business classes I took were less time consuming, more interesting, and didn't have me falling asleep every class.
And for the present?
I've been preparing to take the GMAT for the last couple of months.

I have hopes for attending Baruch and currently have an internship lined up for the summer.

What to do?
I was pretty much finished with all my bio classes.

After multiple discussions with my parents, professors, and friends I figured that every biological company or even hospital must have a corporate aspect.

That's when I decided I would pursue a Master's in Business Administration.
I was told by my parents that it was a safe career to pursue and that I would pretty much guaranteed a job.


At first it went alright. I attended all my classes and even doubled up on my bio electives.

My Advice
Don't think that your first choice in majors is your final one.

It is your life so find out what you want not everyone else.

Move on, let go, and get over it
Credits
Images provided by:

zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu
patient.co.uk

Music by:
Pharrell Williams-Happy (Instrumental)
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