Finals spanned over a dreadful three weeks. The 10th of June, 2014 was the last day of the last examination – MOSLER or in its full form called Multiple Observed Structured Long Examination Records – of which many of us may have just found out from reading this. But, it no longer mattered. Two days later (today), the Pass List would be out. The very validated key of freedom from five gruelling years of Medical School, is finally handed over to NUMed’s first batch of graduates. 

And, we celebrate! 

Massive congratulations to the lovely seniors. It has not been easy to earn this valuable degree from NUMed. As Professor Reg Jordan said, the examination is a fair process and the outcome really determine our readiness to embark on a doctor’s career. In fact, NUMed is very much engaged in supporting its students to achieve that, taking a student’s future into consideration, and in their best interest. 

The NUMed Class of 2014 would like to extend their most heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for all the effort the academic staffs and NUMed management have put in for this success. They hope to continue making everyone proud.

What trails after this would see the graduates busy preparing applications to the Public Services Commission of Malaysia (SPA) and Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) with their choices of local hospitals for their service as a houseman.

“Are we ready? Yes, we are.”

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