Med School vs Law School vs Vet School, what’s the hardest?



LOL, to my MBA’s that are heated, relaxxxx. I’m one of you. As an MD/MBA I’ve been through some tough years. Accounting really is miserable! But the rigor of business school is nowhere near that of Medical School.

As far Vet’s and Lawyers, I know y’all grind hard. Nothing but respect for everyone mentioned in this video. Even my business school friends 😉

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41 comments

  1. Who knows which is hardest? All I know is -> Drs, Dental & Vets have some of the highest job related suicides. Financial comes in at #5 after Vets. With Police at #3. 🤷🏼‍♀️

  2. My dream job is to be a Veterinarian, but I know I am very able to be an engineer because I have very good grades and people in my class say I am the most academically smart, so I kinda dont know what to do. 😬

  3. Meanwhile, me talking to my friend in architecture: let me guess you haven't slept in 2 days?
    Him: yeah I haven't slept since Thursday
    Me: uh… Today is Tuesday…

  4. Nursing: expected to know a shit ton of content really fast with nearly no instruction, then be able to apply all of your clinical skills on an orange

  5. I’m an accountant and let me just say I would not wish studying for the CPA exam on my worst enemy. If I study for 15 hours a week I still won’t be ready to take the first of four parts of the exam for 4 months.

  6. As a med student why does the human have a million anatomical names and another million relations to one another. It takes decades to just remember all of that. And we haven't even started with the physiology or pathology.

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