Why Most Med Students Fail & Why Some Don’t

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Today I wanna talk about why most students will not or cannot become doctors and talk about people that actually want to go into med school that never are able to do it. I’m gonna tell you why they can’t do it, okay?

First, I wanna tell a story ’cause I love me some stories. Okay, so first of all if you guys don’t know, I was born in Fresno, California, which is the- basically like the armpit of California, okay? And when I say the armpit I mean because Northern California’s up here. Southern California, and Fresno’s right there. Well, I call it the armpit because it’s very hot and sweaty. Not because there’s anything wrong with it. Just those things.

So in seventh grade, I was in Casner Junior High, okay? In Fresno. And some teachers come to me. It’s, like, the third or fourth week of school. Teachers come to me, say, “Hey, we’d like to see you outside.”

I was like, “Okay, I’m not sure why.” I never got in any trouble. I was a really good kid, so I go outside and this teacher’s like, “We’re going to move you into a different math class.”

I was like, “Okay.”

I thought it was because my class was full. There’s too many kids in there or something, so they were just gonna move me to a different one or something. I was like, “Okay, well, friends but whatever.” So I go into this- She takes me into this new class and is like, “He’s gonna start. He’s gonna be in this class.” And it was an eighth-grade class. All eighth graders.

So they move me up, and I was like, “Yeah, okay, whatever, that’s fine.”

Interestingly enough, my parents moved from Fresno to Jackson, Wyoming later that year in, like, February or March. So I get introduced into a new class. But what I didn’t realize at the time is that I had lived there all my life, obviously. I had these set friends, I had everything set. And I was like, “I’m gonna go to high school and focus West, and I’m gonna do this.” I had my whole life…I knew what I was gonna do. And then that disrupted everything.

When I got there, I made new friends to this new school. But looking back, I realize that it really affected me emotionally, and I just checked the (bleep) out of school. And I just became the class clown. I didn’t study, I didn’t pay attention in class. I (bleep)ed around, and that became my new normal. And they actually…in that class, I came in, like, February, March. In, like, April they were like- or May, they were like, “Yeah, you’re gonna drop down to a different math class ’cause you’re too stupid.” I just got (bleep)ing moved up, like, eight months ago. How was this? Whatever. This is six months ago.

And then I went to high school, and they kept me in the lower classes. And that’s what I did, and I stayed in the lower- I was the (bleep)ing idiot. I was the ninth-grader in, like, the eighth-grade class. And in 10th grade, I was with the ninth-graders.

That set my belief system and my conditioning. That conditioned me to tell me where I was, or where I fell, in the world of students.

So all through high school, I was class clown. I dicked around. I didn’t study, I didn’t pay attention. Everybody expected me…I expected myself, mostly, to be the class clown and to not study and to be funny because I was so stupid. It was interesting because, consciously, I knew I wasn’t stupid. But I also enjoyed the attention when people would laugh because I didn’t do the homework and I didn’t give a (bleep). That was my schtick. I don’t give a (bleep).

And I even had friends now, they’re like, “Dude, you didn’t give a (bleep) in high school. You didn’t do anything!” And they loved it ’cause it was entertainment, and I was like- That was my deal. I was, basically, their entertainment.

The problem, of course, comes because once you do something for a…repeatedly for a long period of time, that becomes your conditioning. You’ll see that with lots of people everywhere. People are walking around, conditioned. They have no idea that they have been conditioned for a certain thing, and they are. So I was conditioned not to study, to not pay attention, to not concentrate, to not focus, to not read. That was my conditioning.

Then when I got to college, I was like, “Oh, I’m the class. I’m funny. I’ll joke around. Everybody will like me, and I’ll make fun of myself for not doing well in school.” Then I tried to actually study. I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t focus, I couldn’t concentrate, I couldn’t read. I hated it, but the reason was not because I was dumb or stupid. It was because I was conditioned since the eighth grade, which was 13 or 14 years old to 18, like, four or five years. Even though I had been initially conditioned to do the work and study and be the smart kid in class like when I was younger. I got re-conditioned to be an idiot. The joker, jester. Not an idiot but just the funny person. The funny person that was not studying.

This is what I built my belief system around, and this is what I was conditioned to. This is what my brain was conditioned to think and to do. Beliefs, thoughts, emotions, actions, that’s how it goes in your head. If you believe something, you’ll think a certain way. If you think a certain way, you feel a certain way. You have a certain emotion. Emotions are what drive action, and so that’s essentially what happened to me. And that’s what happens to most students.

They struggle like crazy. They’re like, “I just don’t understand why I can’t do x.” Because they believe it. They were conditioned- You were conditioned, if this is you, you were conditioned a certain way to be- To think a certain way, to be a certain way. So unless you break that and re-condition yourself, you’ll never be able to study how you have to study to be a med student or a doctor.

A little weird I guess. It’s not exactly- It is science, but it’s not science. It’s neuro-science, but nobody really…I mean, there is some data behind this stuff. It’s psychology data, which I never read.

Anyway, I hope you guys liked this video. It’s really important! It’s (bleep)ing important to know this kind of (bleep). Nobody (bleep)ing teaches you this! I don’t know why nobody teaches this stuff. It’s so important! And it’s not just studying, obviously. It’s how you comb your (bleep)ing hair, it’s how you eat, it’s how you put your clothes on, it’s how you react to bad things happening to you or bad events.

Anyway, I hope you guys liked this video. I think it’s pretty important. It’s good. It’s (bleep)ing amazing, for your information. It’s not for me. I learned it from a lot of other people. I read, watch videos. I watch YouTube too and podcasts. I read textbooks. That’s where I learned it from. Most people don’t read textbooks. They learn it from other shit.

Anyway, if you guys like this kind of stuff, you should check out my secret study hack scores because this is actually one of the modules, one of the chapters I guess you wanna say, that I go over in detail and in-depth and teach you how to re-condition yourself.

So check that out, www.secretstudyhacks.com, and keep watching the videos. Comment, like, share, subscribe. Definitely comment. I love you guys’ comments. Tell me what you think of this kind of stuff. Have you heard it before? Is it brand new, or is it old, washed-up information for you? And you’re like, “No shit, Dr. Parker, you’re just rehashing old stuff.” I don’t think it is, though! I think most people don’t know about this stuff. I mean, I was, like, 40 (bleep)ing years old before I knew about this (bleep).

All right, you guys. Thanks for watching again. Take care.

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