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You became a mod?!??! SINCE WHEN?!?!
Congratz btw! Which forums are you modding?
Awww thank you
I am feeling happier now, just went over my nans for a cuppa always nice
It's not that I didn't want to reply, I just didn't want to reply THAT day and then I forgot
Penguin and Moisty live together You may well have seen moisty and his awesome hair
Strange how all the medicine lot on this forum seem to go to the same uni You're all just too clever
There's no bursaries for the LPC, you either need to fund it yourself or get a law firm to fund it, but only big commercial/corporate city law firms tend to pay for your fees but I don't think I want to go into that type of law which means I need to fund it myself. I am aiming to save £8000 and then get another £6000 from the bank
Hey, well, after saying my day was positive, it started going rapidly down hill hence I didn't get the chance to reply to this; since then I've had stress upon stress upon stress I won't even jinx anything again when things do start going right
I'm glad things are going well for you at uni have you met penguin and a moist feeling yet?
I don't start my Legal Practice Course until August 2012 (If I can ever afford to do it)
thank you so much for the prompt reply! i really appreciate the help
yeah i didn't find the memorizing dates etc too much of a problem at GCSE so i think i'll be fine with that.
we'll see what happens with physics :P
but yeah thanks again and have fun at Barts (Y)
firstly can i just say congrats on your offers!! i'm jealous of you :P
i noticed you took physics and history, both of which i'm considering taking (i'm in year 12 atm and am dieing over my options)
i've taken bio, chem, maths and music (don't enjoy maths so want to drop it. not sure about music. don't want to weaken my application because it's not respected by unis )
basically, i have 2 questions if that's okay with you :P
1) is physics A2 difficult to do without AS or A2 maths?
2) is history AS difficult? (in terms of revision and memorization of facts, how does it compare to something like biology)
thanks in advance
lol, do you like my request reason lib democrat-ian I'm mad
Where do I sign up?
Perhaps I might find out more about politics if I join, eh? And then I can pretend I know more than I do in day to day life
Where I study
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Don't believe in it
- About me
- I was a medicine applicant for 2010 entry, but was unsuccessful. My UKCAT for 2010 was 687.5 (mean).
I applied to:
Bristol University: Rejected without interview
Cardiff University: Rejected without interview
University of Leeds: Rejected without interview
University of Oxford (Balliol and Keble Colleges): Rejected after interview
I took a gap year, and worked as a HCA (Healthcare Assistant) in a nursing home for several months, alongside gaining work experience through GP placements and charity work.
In conjunction with this, I applied to medical school for 2011 entry (with a UKCAT mean of 700), applying to:
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry: Offer after interview
Brighton and Sussex Medical School: Rejection without interview
Keele University: Offer after interview
University of Manchester: Offer after interview
University of Manchester (Biochemistry): Offer after interview
I accepted Barts and the London as my firm and, after saving up enough money, I went travelling for a few months before starting university.
Feel free to ask me anything about my application, or about the unis I applied to (weirdly I still remember a lot about the admissions processes of each).
- Academic Info
- A Levels: A*AA (Biology, Chemistry and Physics)
AS Levels: AAAA (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and History)
GCSEs: 3A*s, 6As, 2Bs
UKCAT Mean Scores: 687.5 (2010 entry), 700 (2011 entry)
Love politics - I'm a card carrying member of the Lib Dems (cue people googling my posts and negging me for this bit ).
Love medically related things - particularly interested in stem cell research right now (therapeutic uses for embryonic stem cells to be exact).
Like helping people - cliché I know, but it's true. Helping people with medical admissions stuff is something I like doing too. I remember how hard it was for me, so helping others to avoid my mistakes gives me a fair amount of satisfaction.
Like reading - a lot. If you know of a good book, PM the title to me. I'm slowly building up a bucket list of books which I intend to plow though over the next few years.
Like drinking - especially ales and whiskey (yes I'm an old man already at 19, I know, I don't care ).
Like life - because, life is good.
Oh, and poetry is also cool. Here's some poetry:
With beat of systole and of diastole
One grand great life throbs through earth's giant heart,
And mighty waves of single Being roll
From nerveless germ to man, for we are part
Of every rock and bird and beast and hill,
One with the things that prey on us, and one with what we kill.
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- Join Date 05-02-2011
Location Reading, UK
Join Date 05-02-2011
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