But as the days go on, bonds will form, and potentially, sparks will fly.
We looked at over 20 million matches and here’s what we found. Not only have the many, many years you spent in school helped tons of people stay and get healthy, you now know that it’s surely helping your dating life.You might also be the pickiest of the bunch, but there’s certainly nothing wrong with a man who knows what he wants.Compare that to the national average of people with master’s degrees or higher at 12%, you guys are a bunch of smarty pants! Looks like a lot of ladies are looking for their very own Mc Dreamy, aren’t you lucky!Naturally, we were curious to see if having a graduate degree, or other further degree, has any correlation to a member’s attractiveness and preferences. Lucky and well-deserving, where would we be without doctor’s?When you disappear for days on end cramming for exams, remember to consider the feelings and needs of your partner.
With a little luck and dedication, you’ll pull through these next four years together.After all, it appears that you docs are quite fond of lounging around watching Glee and Aziz Ansari.I don’t blame you though, you must be exhausted when you finally do have time off; I watch Grey’s Anatomy so I know these things. ” We can’t be totally sure what’s going on here, but it sure is interesting.Online dating sites are becoming popular as well – one name I hear often is Coffee Meets Bagel, a site that caters towards educated, mid-20’s men and women – also known as medical students.A significant other is a great support system throughout the trials and tribulations of medical school, but it takes work to maintain the relationship.But, just because it’s difficult doesn’t mean it has to completely impossible. University of Louisville School of Medicine Lindsay Smith is a Class of 2016 medical student and an aspiring cat lady. Her present interests include but are not limited to: pizza, Lord of the Rings references, bad puns, tattoos and sharks.