Preetha Paul

Hi sir/mam i had completed my 10+2 in year 10-11,i am an average student but i know i can do good if i work harder,only problem is i want to be a successful person and so i have chosen medical and also because it was my aim but now i realise it will r

Hi sir/mam i had completed my 10+2 in year 10-11,i am an average student but i know i can do good if i work harder,only problem is i want to be a successful person and so i have chosen medical and also because it was my aim but now i realise it will realy going to take a lot of time and also golden years of my life ie 5.5y MBBS+3y MD and now i am 20 so i wanted to change my career option so please suggest me what to do?looking forward to listen from you...thank you!

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RE: Hi sir/mam i had completed my 10+2 in year 10-11,i am an average student but i know i can do good if i work harder,only problem is i want to be a successful person and so i have chosen medical and also because it was my aim but now i realise it will r

Shobhit Verma
Shobhit Verma
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Hello
First of all i whould like to say that this is not a problem that you want to be a sucessful person.This shows you are ambitious.It's good.

Also, we cannot always judge sucess financially .What i want to say is being financially well equiped does not always mean that you are sucessful.

And do not worry about your golden years.According to me the key thing is "Your area of interest ".It doesnot matter how many years you are spending but it is necessary you are spending it on right direction that the area in which you want to excel.

So i think you must sit alone and decide what you want to become or to do.Then give your full efforts it does not matter how many years it take.



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