Challenges That I Have Overcome

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The proudest achievement of my life so far is graduating from the medical school. I earned my MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) degree after five years of hard work, patience, and sincerity from a renowned government medical college. But my journey to this achievement did not always lie on the straight line. Graduating from a government medical college was a challenge for me. Because I was born and raised in a very small town in Bangladesh. I started my primary education there. In the middle school, I was acquainted with human biology and chemistry. At that time, I used to wonder how these tiny cells, enzymes, proteins and DNAs perform their complex functions. This curiosity in human biology helped me frame my career plan. But the educational facilities were inadequate in my hometown at that time. So my family moved to the capital and I got admitted to one of the most prestigious high schools in the country. But as a small town girl, it was very difficult for me to compete in the admission test with the students raised up in the capital and got all the educational facilities. But I succeeded and successfully admitted to that school.
I took physics, chemistry, biology and advanced math in the high school to prepare myself for the medical admission. I was an active member of the science club in school and participated in many science fairs across the country. My hard work along with the guidance of my teachers rewarded me with…
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