I read this somewhere over the internet.
There is a boy from a poor family who wanted to be a doctor but the tuition fees are damn freaking high to get a medical degree. In order to achieve his dream to be a doctor and enter university, he had to make sure he did very well in his studies so that he could earn a full scholarship to enter medical school and also to continue receiving the scholarship while in the university. So this young boy read every page of his text books 20 times! Today this doctor is highly respected in his field and my friend is very grateful to him for saving his father's life.
The above italics excerpt was taken from www.ringgitwisefool.blogspot.com
Sounds familiar for me though.
I suffered academic downfall, from among the top students in school, state and i guess the country, i sat timidly in class and in exam during my preclinical years. The first semester on the first year, i manage to obtain 90+ for all of the subjects. I am not bragging bu…