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The Hypixel Network is a Minecraft server containing a variety of mini-games, including Bed Wars, SkyBlock, SMP, SkyWars, Murder Mystery, and more! We support versions 1.8 through 1.19! Play today on Minecraft Java > mc.hypixel.net
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Skyblock Services, is a Minecraft (Java) Hypixel Skyblock server, where you can hire "Experts" to do things for you such as Pet Leveling, Enchanting, and much more! We have a non-toxic community, extremely frequent giveaways (atleast 6 hosted a day, each worth a lot, and MUCH more! Link: https://discord.gg/EDPU4rR
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2023.06.01 19:54 Myspys_35 How to stop thinking about how much more I could save in another country

Hi all,
Bit embarrassing to admit but lately I find myself often feeling a bit frustrated at the lower ability to save that I have in my home country. I've lived and worked in several countries incl. the US but made the choice to return home - the lower salary levels was a compromise I felt was worth it to be closer to family and not having to deal with how bonkers the US is for a European
Actively thinking about achieving financial independence is fairly new to me - previously I had never considered wanting to retire early. However, the combination of several factors incl. health, less job satisfaction and taking a 6 months off to travel really have driven me to wanting to pursue FIRE as I reassess my life goals. Partially due to this, it is becoming increasingly more frustrating to live in a very expensive country where there is limited ability to increase earnings. In the US I was saving 50% of my net income without even trying too hard, while back in Europe saving 40-50% of net would be very difficult and require a lot of changes. I know I am very lucky to be where I am and should be grateful but can't stop comparing and feeling annoyed. Any advice over how to get over myself would be very appreciated
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2023.06.01 19:39 opabiniafan How I studied for a 527 in a month

Hi summer MCAT takers! Just submitted primary and have time to burn, so figure I'd throw in my thoughts and hopefully they're useful. One thing that I noticed when I was lurking on this sub for my test date was that in most guides, people study 3+ months for this test. While you obviously should give yourself the optimal amount of time that you can for this all important test, some of us have schedules that make it very hard to devote 3-5 hrs a day for that extended period of time to studying. I don't recommend anyone doing what I did though, which is that I got super manic in November, realized that I did not wanna go into finance, and was like "I need to do something or I'll die". That something happened to be signing up for the 1/19 MCAT, giving me a bit over a month to prepare from the end of my finals (12/12) to the test date. However, I do think shorter test prep timeframes are good if you have problems with motivation/burnout; the fact that the finish line was literally right in front of me at all times was truly terrifying, and this fear got me to run some heinous 10 hour studying sessions. Ultimately, would I have been better prepared if I studied 3+ months? Yes absolutely. But is dragging out your misery for 3+ months worth it for the chance of an extra point or two? Debatable, up to you. Hope my fellow procrastinators or anyone giving themselves <2 months to study, or anyone in general gets something useful out of this! Good luck studying!

Also, disclaimer about my score. I do not claim to be an expert on the MCAT, my last 3 FL's averaged 520, and I definitely got lucky with a big ass curve on my test day - if I took the MCAT 10 times, I doubt I would get a 527 any of those times.

Content Review
Used Kaplan books and finished them in a 10 day span. I think it is worth buying the set in the end, even though there were 2-4 questions that asked things not covered at all in the books on my real exam. However, if you don't wanna buy I think its fine too, the Kaplan books were kind of bad and the practice problems in them were close to worthless. 95% of everything that could be tested will be covered in the Kaplan books, however, the emphasis in the books is on overview rather than details. I think content review is the biggest slog in regards to studying for the MCAT and where its the easiest to burn out, so it'd be best just to grind through the books and fill in knowledge holes as you do practice questions later. What the AAMC says about content breakdown is definitely true, where only 30% of questions relied on prior knowledge and 70% of questions were critical thinking. If you can nail the critical thinking, even without any content, I think a 510+ is very realistic. Spend your time accordingly! Personally, I had no need to spend hours relearning stuff like the Central Dogma or other big concepts, so I do think that a more effective method if you retained most out of undergrad courses is to go skim the books and do daily review on the content outline @ jackwestin while you do practice q's. I would just do content review (in the form of occasional khan academy videos, youtube stuff, and random jack westin articles I chose) as a break every night after my practice questions in the day. Overall, biochemistry is the most important class. You should spend the most time on stuff from biochem, and make sure you know the major concepts and themes AAMC wants you to know. I found it super helpful to write notes on everything I didn't know, from various physics concepts to random facts in a notebook that i'd look over before I slept every night. For cp and bb, it is essential to know anything involving relationships (what happens to resistance if temperature increases? what happens to hemoglobin affinity for oxygen as pH increases?). During content review, a good mindset to have is that the only "high yield" concepts are the amino acids, Le Chatelier's rule, Piaget and Erickson's stages, mitosis/meiosis, separatory techniques, and Michaelis-Menten kinetics. You will for sure get multiple questions about those, but treat any other concept as just yield, there is no such thing as low yield everything is fair game.

Practice Q's
I started after I had already done two full lengths and a diagnostic, and I did all of the official AAMC question packs, and all of the jack westin ones I could fit in. No particular schedule, I would just do as many of these every day until I got sick of it. I found it much more motivating to do questions rather than content review, because the idea of "this is an old test question, if i had gotten this, I would have missed it" was a terrifying thought. I think the most important part of this is to carefully review everything you get wrong. I also had a notebook specifically dedicated to questions that I got wrong, where I'd write the info that I had missed or write down why my line of thinking was wrong. Also, I would comb reddit during my breaks to try to find little facts that I didn't know (110 daltons per amino acid, fetal circulatory shunts), and add them to my memorization book. Using the JackWestin chrome extension really helps for detailed explanations of questions, because the AAMC ones are kinda shit sometimes. The JW extension especially helps for CARS sections, and I credit my score there to the extension. All in all, I think that my success on the actual test was largely due to the practice questions I did. I tried to find a good heuristic to use to evaluate what the AAMC's correct answer would be to the question based off of patterns in the passage and answer choices. As a reminder, the test really is 30% memorization 70% critical thinking. Now it might not be smart to spend 70% of your prep period grinding practice problems, but at least a representative amount of time should be allocated to practicing the critical thinking that the AAMC wants.

Practice Exams
I did one a week until the last 2 weeks, where I did 4 in that span. I took 7 total, one diagnostic and the 6 AAMC ones. My scores were 503, 516, 518, 524, 521, 519, 521. I'd use a third party test as your diagnostic, to figure out where you need work, but do know that all of the 3rd party ones are 1. not too accurate to real test 2. very deflated to encourage you to buy their product. Just use me as an anecdote; I got a 503 on the Kaplan and then a 516 on my first AAMC full length and I had only done 3 days of content review between those two. Do take a diagnostic ASAP though, it helps you see what you're working towards and serves as a great motivator. I got my 503 and sat in disbelief before working nonstop until my next practice test. Use the diagnostic to figure out which areas in content you are the most lacking, and whether these gaps are a result of you missing the small memorization details or a lack of understanding of the broader themes (of genetics, respiration, etc). If you have more time than me, there are many more 3rd party ones to do if you feel like it, but do treat the AAMC full lengths like gold, as they are the most representative of how you'll do on the real thing. From my own judgement, save full length 5 (the new in 2022 one) for last, as it was very close to my real one, a sentiment shared by people on reddit. Try as much as possible to stimulate real test conditions: wake up at 6, start at 8, go on low sleep conditions, try to get your stress levels up, adhere to timing, drink and pee only during breaks. This is something I didn't do and thus was very unprepared for how stressed I was during real thing (the thought that "wow if I fuck this up I'm done for" is super serious). Something that I think would have also helped me test day is if I set strict guidelines for time spent on questions. I would just take as long as I wanted and generally blow through them as they felt low stakes, whereas on test day, I would stare for minutes at questions I knew were correct because I was super nervous that I was dumb and overlooked something.

Test day:
Took adderall for the test, something I do not recommend. I had done so for two practice tests and did fine, but also I was much more stressed. The adderall combined with my stress threw all my test taking skills went out the window and I was super pressed for time on the exam. Bring easy snacks and energy bars. The exact thought I was having was: "If I get this question wrong my entire college career will have been for nothing". Scary. Take the practice tests with this mindset and you'll be more prepared than me. I got there 40 minutes early to take a dump because I always need to mad shit when I'm nervous, but as long as you're there before 8 you're fine. Overall, a lot more critical thinking and reading the passage than I thought, so definitely do take the day before completely off. C/p was probably 40% gen chem topics 30 % biochem 25 % physics 5% orgo. Practice your mental math and find a method that works for you; I saw myself getting an answer that wasn't a choice and realized an error in my setups. There were 4-6 questions in C/P that was just straight mental math. Like no conceptual setup at all just what is x divided by y (which you could figure out by looking at units). CARS felt like normal difficulty, I usually did well on CARS; eliminate all wrong answers and then find something in the passage that explicitly confirms your answer choice type strategy is what I used. Find whatever works for you during the AAMC question packs. B/B exactly what I was expecting, similar to all practice tests. Got the three "fuck you" discretes here, know for sure I got two wrong but I still got a 132 on the section. Just another anecdote about how spending your time pulling your hair out over the small details isn't gonna yield a good ROI. I think something that helped a lot for me here is the amount of scientific literature I've had to read for my work in research labs, so the comprehension part/figuring out the relationships between the vocab they throw at you came relatively easily. P/s had no concepts out of the blue, and about 80 % of it could have been solved without any knowledge of the subjects; they were all critical thinking and reasoning within passages. Of course again, there were some wack ones but I feel like 1. hitting them with the process of elimination 2. doing flashcards would easily take care of any issues on the content side of things. Also the question style was very similar to full lengths, almost identical in style to full length 5.

Things I think worked well for me:
The very short amount of time I had to review enabled me to stay motivated, because I could literally see the end at all times. Burnout is a real problem for a singular test, and I think I did well keeping motivated from a combination of doing problems (getting things wrong spurred me to study more) and seeing friends at night after studying. Take care of yourself, seeing friends/going on dates/playing sports/whatever you enjoy and takes your mind off your impending doom is absolutely necessary. You physically cannot study effectively for days on end with no break, and if your break involves stressing about the MCAT, it's not a break. You're just killing your hairline. I think the memorization sheet I had of everything that I got wrong in addition to concepts I felt were weak/didn't know at all when I was reviewing, that I studied every night, also netted me at least 5 points. I think that grinding reddit helped me pick up a lot of really small facts that I otherwise would've glossed over, and 5-8 things that I saw in "Content dump" posts actually came up in my real test. Finally, I think that test taking skills (finessing skills) that I had tuned throughout my life were really important. Process of elimination is the way to go, at least 2 choices will be obviously wrong, and getting a feel for the AAMC logic through practicing their material can get u to the right answer in 75% of cases where you don't know it immediately. To beat the horse dead, the MCAT really is 70% critical thinking 30% content, and you do want to practice your test taking accordingly with those weights somewhat in mind.
Things I wished I did differently during review:
DON'T DRINK DURING YOUR REVIEW PERIOD. I went out with friends for the first two weekends because finals were over, and ended up blacking one night and getting stupid the others. This definitely set me a few days back - I could not do any work hungover and those nights I didn't sleep at my own place, so by the time I left, it was like 2pm. Definitely felt harried during review, mostly as a result of the short time period but also a result of the many rest days I took/burnout. While I think taking breaks is very important, I think I went about it poorly (I did not plan out study period at all going in, something that I wish I did) and as a result I realized leading up to the exam that I did not know certain things very well and so the last 5 days were a grind (I didn't go outside in the last 3 days at all because I realized I didn't understand electricity or lenses. neither of these topics were in my full length lol). In addition, I wish I did more jack westin problems, as their explanations are quite good in helping me figure out the way the AAMC words the correct answer. I discovered them with 2 weeks left, but I wish I had done so earlier. I do think that anki decks (I used miledown's deck, findable online) are also great for learning small facts, but again, I didn't have the motivation to do them every day.
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2023.06.01 19:33 needhelpsortlife What Career Options are There for My Current Health Situation?

I feel stuck and I don't know what are the options out there I can get into.
For starters I have been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or also known as Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD) by 2 different therapists. It's hard when I'm overwhelmed I get incapacitated and my brain just shuts down. It gets to the point of affecting my physical health and always tired and sick constantly. My therapist was really amazed at how self-aware and soft-mannered I am given my condition but it's no surprise how beaten up I am and easily burned out with those extreme emotions bottled up and held back. End of January this year I've been diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) and it doesn't help that I get tired easily and need about 2 days to recharge if I went out the whe day or doing chores around the house especially vacuuming.
I've been employed as a government teacher starting March 2022 but I'm actually still under probation so I'm not entitled to even get unpaid leaves and the ministry was genius enough to place me in a faraway school in a state that is a 9 hours drive. My mom doesn't want me to be alone due to my mental health and I have no relatives there. The school knows about my situation too so they are doing the best they can to assist me but they can't go far due to the ministry of edu's rules amd regulations. I do enjoy sharing knowledge and seeing students starting to find joy in learning but that's just it. I don't enjoy being in school. I don't like making connections and building rapport with colleagues and hormonal teenages looking for a figure to lean on. Those things drain me. I don't like the education system and how they take my time to rest and recharge since after working hours school would send last minute updates to relay to the students and students & parents will try to text and call you to consult. The extra classes, extracurriculars, school cheerfulness, gardening, painting, office and class interior designing... All use the money from our pockets because the schools have no budget to allocate those compulsory activities. I've been in 5 different schools within the span of 4 years as a practical, assistant, and private school teacher, I don't find joy. But I don't know how else am I supposed to make money.
I do have a safety net. I'm staying with my parents while waiting for my transfer request to push through and my boyfriend said he doesn't mind if I become a housewife after we're married and he'll support us both because he said work is not worth it if it's making me miserable. Honestly I would just want to be a housewife with a remote part-time job to get side incomes but I have no idea how to do it too aside from small time businesses. My mom has been pressuring me to push through my transfer request but I'm not looking forward to going to school and been second guessing on continuing my job as a teacher but I need to find a backup job to sustain myself, especially with the recession. I can't have my parents supporting me financially forever in case I quit and it's embarrasing for a 29-year-old adult. I actually feel useless from time to time.
If it might be of use as to what choices I might have: I have a bachelor's degree in TESL but I don't want to become a teacher in schools. I've been an animator (some of the series our cmpany worked on were aired on DisneyXD and Nicklelodeon). I liked doing animation but being a teacher pays more however both have no work-life balance. I've worked in a wallpaper shop to learn a little bit about interior design. I like to dabble in graphic design and I can draw well but I've left my skills to rust. My family said I'm very good with animals espcially when it comes to aquascaping. But I don't think there's demands/market here. I'm also into animal rehabilitation but most are NGOs amd can't pay you and ask you to pay instead. I told my mom I could do small groups tutoring, rent a small office for a couple of days a week and do activities to kickstart students' interest and joy in learning (I have that skill) but she questioned the practicality aspects: The market, the initial reputation/networking, renting, gas and fees. Will I get my profit? And no one would be interested in hiring me due to my CML. Those are all the options I could think of and no one in my circle can give me constructive advice since there's no exposure other than being in a white collar job is safer and respectable/reputable. They all don't want me to let go of my government teacher position. Other than that their focus is on business.
I appreciate if any of you have any thoughts? Thank you very much and I appreciate any insights. Sorry for any mistakes or if it's all over the place and doesn't make any sense. It's late at night and I'm sleepy but I keep on thinking about what choices do I have with my current health condition.
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2023.06.01 19:31 needhelpsortlife What Career Options are There for My Current Health Condition?

I feel stuck and I don't know what are the options out there I can get into.
For starters I have been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or also known as Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD) by 2 different therapists. It's hard when I'm overwhelmed I get incapacitated and my brain just shuts down. It gets to the point of affecting my physical health and always tired and sick constantly. My therapist was really amazed at how self-aware and soft-mannered I am given my condition but it's no surprise how beaten up I am and easily burned out with those extreme emotions bottled up and held back. End of January this year I've been diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) and it doesn't help that I get tired easily and need about 2 days to recharge if I went out the whe day or doing chores around the house especially vacuuming.
I've been employed as a government teacher starting March 2022 but I'm actually still under probation so I'm not entitled to even get unpaid leaves and the ministry was genius enough to place me in a faraway school in a state that is a 9 hours drive. My mom doesn't want me to be alone due to my mental health and I have no relatives there. The school knows about my situation too so they are doing the best they can to assist me but they can't go far due to the ministry of edu's rules amd regulations. I do enjoy sharing knowledge and seeing students starting to find joy in learning but that's just it. I don't enjoy being in school. I don't like making connections and building rapport with colleagues and hormonal teenages looking for a figure to lean on. Those things drain me. I don't like the education system and how they take my time to rest and recharge since after working hours school would send last minute updates to relay to the students and students & parents will try to text and call you to consult. The extra classes, extracurriculars, school cheerfulness, gardening, painting, office and class interior designing... All use the money from our pockets because the schools have no budget to allocate those compulsory activities. I've been in 5 different schools within the span of 4 years as a practical, assistant, and private school teacher, I don't find joy. But I don't know how else am I supposed to make money.
I do have a safety net. I'm staying with my parents while waiting for my transfer request to push through and my boyfriend said he doesn't mind if I become a housewife after we're married and he'll support us both because he said work is not worth it if it's making me miserable. Honestly I would just want to be a housewife with a remote part-time job to get side incomes but I have no idea how to do it too aside from small time businesses. My mom has been pressuring me to push through my transfer request but I'm not looking forward to going to school and been second guessing on continuing my job as a teacher but I need to find a backup job to sustain myself, especially with the recession. I can't have my parents supporting me financially forever in case I quit and it's embarrasing for a 29-year-old adult. I actually feel useless from time to time.
If it might be of use as to what choices I might have: I have a bachelor's degree in TESL but I don't want to become a teacher in schools. I've been an animator (some of the series our cmpany worked on were aired on DisneyXD and Nicklelodeon). I liked doing animation but being a teacher pays more however both have no work-life balance. I've worked in a wallpaper shop to learn a little bit about interior design. I like to dabble in graphic design and I can draw well but I've left my skills to rust. My family said I'm very good with animals espcially when it comes to aquascaping. But I don't think there's demands/market here. I'm also into animal rehabilitation but most are NGOs amd can't pay you and ask you to pay instead. I told my mom I could do small groups tutoring, rent a small office for a couple of days a week and do activities to kickstart students' interest and joy in learning (I have that skill) but she questioned the practicality aspects: The market, the initial reputation/networking, renting, gas and fees. Will I get my profit? And no one would be interested in hiring me due to my CML. Those are all the options I could think of and no one in my circle can give me constructive advice since there's no exposure other than being in a white collar job is safer and respectable/reputable. They all don't want me to let go of my government teacher position. Other than that their focus is on business.
I appreciate if any of you have any thoughts? Thank you very much and I appreciate any insights. Sorry for any mistakes or if it's all over the place and doesn't make any sense. It's late at night and I'm sleepy but I keep on thinking about what choices do I have with my current health condition.
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