Woman who worked, studied full-time for 6 years qualifies as doctor

Woman who worked, studied full-time for 6 years qualifies as doctor

- A woman, Hani Hassan, has inspired thousands of people across the world

- Hassan revealed she studied and worked full-time for six years

- Now, she managed to qualify as a medical doctor and she posted about the proud moment online

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On Thursday, a beautiful lady, Hani Hassan, who hails from South London, gushed about her amazing achievement on Twitter.

Hassan revealed she finally qualified as a medical doctor but her road to success was far from easy. She had to study and work at the same time for six years. However, all her sacrifices have been worth the while.

Hassan did not take out one student loan and she managed to finish her studies.

Her post read:

"I don't look nearly as happy as I feel... But after six years, lots of tears and working and studying full-time to pay for my medical degree with no student loans. I am finally Dr Hani Hassan MBBS, MA."

Take a look at the post below:

Her post gathered nearly 200 000 likes and social media users congratulated the doctor on her achievement.

Twitter user, @mooninsides, commented:

"You’re going to make the health world so much better, congratulations! May success and blessings come your way!"

Social media user, @Ashley_Jenipher, added:

"Dr Hani you're very beautiful."

Another tweep, @97_vk_95, wrote:

"Congratulations! Just looking at you gave me so much hope. I hope I will do it like you, I am in the second stage only and I went through a lot of frustrations, well done!"

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Briefly.co.za earlier reported young man has inspired social media users with his grass to grace story. After finishing high school with remarkable marks, Ntando Makhubela could not go to university because of financial problems.

He started working as a petrol attendant when someone saw potential in him and decided to help him bag a scholarship. Now, he's well on his way to become a medical doctor.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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