Today was my first real live, honest-to-goodness Boards Study Day (TM). I listened to a Goljan lecture on my morning run (yes, they are awesome and no, don’t ask me where to get them), then went to the public library from 10 AM to 5 PM to go through BRS Behavioral Science and First Aid. There is a quiet study area with cubicles, so I camped there for the day, but it turned out to be an airless, stuffy room, and the woman in the cubicle next to me kept answering her cell phone. I think I’ll have to find somewhere else to study, which might prove difficult — I checked yelp.com for “best places to study” in my suburban home town and the only result was … Spa World? Maybe coming home to study wasn’t the greatest idea after all.
Anyway, I came home when the library closed, had dinner, answered about fifteen emails, and then did two blocks’ worth of Kaplan QBank, which I bombed. As first days go, it wasn’t awful, but I could definitely do better.
Tomorrow is biochem, which will be more hardcore.