|Reviews for Going For It|
| Master Tigeress 9/1/12 . chapter 10
good story. will there be a sequel?
| trout1986 4/19/12 . chapter 10
I love it
| jerseybelle 2/6/12 . chapter 10
You have to have a sequel to this. I enjoyed it a lot.
| eroticwriter 2/6/12 . chapter 10
I kinda fell behind and just finished reading the last three chapters. Very enjoyable.
| Maxie Kay 2/6/12 . chapter 8
I'm really enjoying this story. Your love for the show and your enthusiasm as a writer shines through.
Please keep on writing and having fun.
| kathyb9760 2/6/12 . chapter 8
Well that is just too cool! And Roy is like a Proud Papa! I'm pretty proud of him, too!
GOOD JOB DR JOHNNY! LOL
| jerseybelle 2/5/12 . chapter 8
Loved this chapter, especially the end. Good story.
| kathyb9760 2/5/12 . chapter 7
((Roy and Joanne shook their heads. Johnny didn't stop talking from the minute he arrived. After he left, Roy looked at his wife smiling broadly "I've never seen him this happy since we were certified and he became one of the best Paramedics in the county. He's gonna be one hell of a doctor" Roy affirmed.))
YES HE WILL! I totally agree!
Looking forward to more!
| eroticwriter 2/5/12 . chapter 6
Sad and fitting. I hope this isn't the last chapter of this story.
| Avirra 2/4/12 . chapter 5
*Gives Chet two points for the water balloon* Very touching chapter.
| LauraRN 2/4/12 . chapter 5
I actually got accepted by the only med school I applied to, Emory University in Atlanta. However, after a couple of years I realized it wasn't for me. So I don't think it is so far fetched that Johnny did, too. But that's not really the point is it! This is fiction and it is good. I like this story because it is different. Please continue!
| kathey'ssis 2/4/12 . chapter 4
in responce to some of the reviews. they don't know as much as they think they do. My daughter is now a high school senior with asperations for medical school. she has researched what she needs to do to get there for years now.
the most common bachlors degree for those who apply to med school is actually Music. Most science classes taken in teh first four years of school don't count for much once you get to med school but they do help a lot when it comes to getting a good score on you MCat Test which is required to get into medical school.
for pete's sake can we just enjoy the story.
| 1961betty 2/4/12 . chapter 3
Great Story. I'm guilty of not reviewing but I felt I needed to clarify something for Methusaleh.
I don't see how anyone can accuse Collen of making light of the struggle to be accepted into medical school. Just for the record, Methusaleh, I do know of at least one person who put himself through undergraduate school and saved up money while being a firefighter so that he could dedicate all his time to medical school. Putting yourself through college as a firefighter is probably easier than a regular 9-5 job due to the downtime and not to mention the salary. Furthermore, it looks great on your application if you have any medical background. So no, its not so far fetched. And even if it was, you are reading fanFICTION.
| Methusaleh 2/4/12 . chapter 4
I'm guessing that from where you are from, Medical School admission isn't the hugely competitive pain in the ass that it is in the US. You don't mention Johnny's major in college (generally people going to Medical School are either pre-med or have a science degree) him studying for the MCAT, how competitive the process is (most would-be doctors have to apply to multiple medical school, not just the ones that they wanted to attend or the ones that were conveniently nearby but the ones that would admit them based on their college grades and their MCAT scores, which usually is all over the country or sometimes in other countries) or how unlikely it is the Johnny would apply to only one school right where he lives, convenient to his job at Rampart.
It's wicked HARD to get into Medical School and while Johnny has the brains and some medical experience, plus probably some good recommendations from Brackett and Early, there is no guarantee he'd get into the one he wanted. After he does his 4 years of school (which include rotations at different hospitals and working long, long hours that essentially make it really difficult for him to hold down another job) he'd have to take his Medical Boards before he could be considered a MD and then he would apply for residency and internships, which are usually at different hospitals which add another couple of years before he would be practicing.
There are a lot of hurdles to becoming a doctor and it's a disservice to the medical profession to treat entrance to Medical School so blithely.
| eroticwriter 2/3/12 . chapter 3
I love finding new stories to read.
Really enjoying this one. Dr. Gage sounds weird though...lol.