Meet jay - a biochem/cellbio major
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I'm here with Jay, so I'm gonna have him introduce himself and, you know, asking questions. My name is J. I am a second year biochemistry and cell biology student. What school do you go to go to? You see it out of all the, um, I didn't make it into a delay. To be honest at the time, you see, it just seemed like the second this C after that. So what is your favorite thing about you? I think the opportunities that it provides there's a lot of research opportunities. There's a lot of opportunities to really network people, and I think that's probably one of the best things to do here. Like having the name UCSD on a resume is a very good thing to have. So I think those were the good qualities about UCSD. Oh, and you just got a lab job, right? Yeah, I just got a lab job. Like I said, there's a lot of really good opportunities, especially for undergraduate students. I got a lab job over at Jacob's Medical Center, and I'm doing research under various steam doctor. It's it's research that it's very I think it's really especially like, yes. Do you have anything to say? If anything at all? Most definitely. When you come here and having that and making the school that is ultra competitive, you're gonna have times where, you know, you wish that you could have gained a closer relationship with your professors, have the opportunity to do that. Or you wish that, you know, collaboration with your classmates wasn't as hard as it may be. It it actually would have been in a private school just because, you know, a lot of classes here are based on a lot of us here are based on your performance for others. So you're very it's a very competitive environment.