The following work describes the trajectory and experiences of a student of the Medical Course at the Federal University of São Carlos in the period from 2015 to 2020. It comprises a critical-reflexive analysis about the course in the Medicine course. It aims to transmit the personal and academic experience over the six years of the course, as well as their experiences and frustrations in the face of interpersonal learning and involvement. The narrative represents the Course Completion Work, as provided for in the Political Pedagogical Project (1), in a critical-reflective report format, divided into three learning cycles and extracurricular activities. In the first cycle, reports the entry into the course and expectations. In the second, it reports the learnings, activities involved and the discovery of the medium-patient relationship. In the third, I report the internship routine and challenges for completing the course.