Muhammad Boota from Rawalpindi passes MBBS in 42 years after 84 attempts

A 42-year struggle has finally paid off for Muhammad Boota, who passed all his MBBS exams after 84 attempts. He started the MBBS program in Rawalpindi in 1979 came with numerous challenges as it required passing three specific subjects. After several attempts, Boota finally succeeded. He received the degree of MBBS from the University of Health and Sciences in Lahore in 2021.

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Muhammad Boota has now officially become a doctor. The dedication and determination necessary to reach your goals take ‚Äčtime and effort, but the rewards are great.

Source: Startup Pakistan