(Original post by ameelia22)
I am incredibly grateful though, not just throwing it in peoples face who have much less then me, but credit where it's due, I had just a few days prior to 2012. You can turn it around
Have you done local hospitals and stuff? The proper route is a load of bull
I found that getting in touch with the departments/doctors/family friends/people that know the admissions woman got me in!
Going on Vitalise the Saturday week starting 28th
Yep, Kaplan for the UKCAT. Well, now don't judge me! my mom said she'd pay for 2 UKCAT courses if i wanted them, (moneys no object when it comes to helping me with med) I know, i hear you all saying, "waste of time" or "2 is 1 too many!" but essentially, it's not going to do any harm, and the idea is, that I do the Kaplan one the first week of July, continue to revise till Mid-August, do another UKCAT preparation test, and then continue to revise till the last week of August when I hope to do the UKCAT. I know, i'm a bit ashamed to admit it
I seem to have quite the tendency to write a lifestory! ^
Nonononono, just for 6 weeks, every sunday, couple of hours, i went
to the residential home - but it wasn't vary caring, I held a quiz and stuff, and even then we were lucky if anyone turned up...I don't think thats worth mentioning for medicine though, because it doesn't seem to have any legs...
Hey, again, i'm not too sure - I hope it's got some juice to it, if you hear what i mean. Well when i mention my work experience in my PS I obviously won't be writing about minor details, but more from the 4 weeks, finding the really juicy stuff, and talking about that!
that sounds like an excellent idea! I had checked a few of those, but your absoloutely right, I ought to have a go at drafting one.
A bit of stress is when the hell am i going to be writing it? I have something Mon-Fri every week of the summer holidays...i'm hoping
that it all oozes out in the interview