Classes are quickly starting to build up over each other. The momentum of the semester is gaining, and as any physicist would tell you, the momentum is accelerating. Multiply that out and you have Force, which is measured in Newtons.
Anyway, the semester is essentially jumping from one class to the next and all of a sudden I have a ton of work to do. Between take home exams, homework assignments, regular exams and midterms coming up, this is shaping up to be a very busy semester. Much more difficult than I expected. Overall though, very interesting. I wish I had taken the time to learn more stuff while I was in dental school. That being said, nothing overly new in the world of OMFR to report. Just busy chugging away at this residency and all the involved classes. On a quick note, whoever invented biostatistics has a sick mind.