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HomeHealthMedical Student Wins Record-breaking 29 Gold Medals, Bringing Honor To Pakistan

Medical Student Wins Record-breaking 29 Gold Medals, Bringing Honor To Pakistan

LAHORE – The people of Pakistan praised and admired Muhammad Waleed Malik, an MBBS graduate who set a new record by winning 29 gold medals during his medical career.

A student must score at least 85% in a course or the top marks during a semester to receive a gold medal.

When addressing his academic background, Waleed noted that while he initially struggled, he was able to turn the situation around with time and consistent effort.

Waleed claims that after being admitted, he faced various hurdles, but that his perseverance paid off nicely in the end.

As a doctor, one Twitter user remarked he could comprehend how difficult and exhausting this task would be. “It’s no less than receiving a presidential accolade,” he concluded.

Another Twitter user referred to Muhammad Waleed Malik as a “MBBS Medals Machine.”

While posting a video of the youngster collecting gold honors from Punjab Health Minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid, one social media user referred to Waleed as a legend.

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