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FOI reaport 2
I just came back from FOI.
I learned about cranial nerves which are related to brain in the human brain.
When an athlete got head trauma, athletic trainers have to check appearance of the trauma and do (put?) many kinds of physical tests on athletes such as an eye movement or smelling or hearing ability so that we can figure out which nerves actually might be hurt.

There are tons of other stuff to memorize, but it was fun!!
I will put copy of the text about cranial nerves on the wall of my room so as to check many times whenever I have spare time. Mike said that he is gonna give me short quiz on(for) these nerves on Thursday.
By the way, I touched patients today to put ice on his knee. This is the first time for me to touch on real patients in the hospital. So I got excited secretly and I thought that first touch must be my first step as an athletic trainer.

By the way, as I wrote yesterday, Statistics exam is coming up. I've got to study.

Since I don't think that I have enough time to study equally for all of the subjects, I guess I have to set priorities of which tasks that lying ahead of me(natural?) should be prioritized (Is this sentence OK?).

Ok, I will be stuck in the library all night today. (OK?)
I am afraid of sleeping on the desk(in the chiar?)...
I hope not!!

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