Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school
This is an interesting question to ponder. Most of our childhood and early adulthood were spend on educating ourselves about what revolves around the world. Countless subjects were taught and examinations remain the standard to which we were measured.
Yet, after all these years, I doubt much of those still remain in our brain. Most of the subjects were being forgotten as quickly as possible when the examination is over. Just realized that I already forgotten some of the things taught last semester *guilty*.
I supposed to know the things that are important to be a good doctor and not just a barely passable doctor. Hopefully the clinical years ahead will enlighten me again on the forgotten knowledge ;)