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journalist + medical student + artist

Where biochemists go to pray.

Note: I know this is not the ACTUAL Sistine Chapel. I took a bit of artistic license with the joke. 

 

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In all this mad MCAT studying, I have come up with some absolutely terrible jokes (some of which I have shared here). Apparently, I have rubbed off on one of my dear friends, who is studying for the chemistry GRE right now. She told me this one today, and I couldn’t help but share it.

Hee-haw, hee-haw …

A mol of donkeys. That’s a lotta donkeys.

Carbons, dragons, and alkanes, oh my!

In the little free time I have lately, some of my “therapy” has been playing with my photo editing app on my iPad, and just having a little artistic fun. OK, maybe not so artistic, but definitely fun. I found this roadside sign image and just had to make an MCAT “collage” from it with my […]

This is what happens when you study organic chemistry for too long. You think of (and create) things like THIS:

Dragon: Meet my hydrocabon!

 

Borg-Resistors

Another absolutely terrible science joke, courtesy of yours truly …

Yes, I took another MCAT break. And yes, I made another terrible physics joke. This time, incorporating one of my favorite shows of all time, Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I watched religiously as a kid. I fully believe Gene Roddenberry would approve.

 

In the midst of studying for the MCAT, I need breaks. I also need to laugh. To accomplish both of these tasks simultaneously, I have had some photo editing fun the last couple of days. Here are my brilliant pieces of art … I hope they bring a smile to your face, or at least make you groan.

The angry dinosaur in this image is a velociraptor. If you remember from
the movie Jurassic Park, these guys are cunning, smart, and nasty.
Yep. That’s me. At least when it comes to attacking the MCAT!

Recently I have been working on MCAT physics - fluids in particular. I found myself scribbling these lyrics in the margin of my scrap paper as I was working with Bernoulli's equation ...

Recently I have been working on MCAT physics – fluids in particular.
I found myself scribbling these lyrics in the margin of my scrap paper
as I was working with Bernoulli’s equation …