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    I'm starting medicine this September and would like to work in Australia after medschool. What kind of plans should I make and do now so to increase my chance of getting there? please help I have no experience/knowledge on this whatsoever. Thank you!
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    (Original post by Ethics Maniac)
    Please don't tell me your ambition is to make millions being a doctor. Looking at your previous threads, it looks like you are very money-minded and I would like to punch money-minded doctors right in the face. If you are, please don't be a doctor, and be something else.
    That's cute :3. Who says doctors don't like money? I like medicine very much FYI. ohh the jealousy....

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    Ethics is right, your motivation for medicine should never ever be money. Go take a finance degree or something lol. And no I am not jealous of you.
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    (Original post by Vodka)
    Ethics is right, your motivation for medicine should never ever be money. Go take a finance degree or something lol. And no I am not jealous of you.
    STOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP PPPPPP My motivation for medicine is medicine. I just like money as well. I will still do medicine without much money but if there's a way of making more money then I will do that with medicine. You're either overthinking or just not as smart lol... also it was a play on words on that jealous part *ignorance Get it?
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    (Original post by Ethics Maniac)
    Please don't tell me your ambition is to make millions being a doctor. Looking at your previous threads, it looks like you are very money-minded and I would like to punch money-minded doctors right in the face. If you are, please don't be a doctor, and be something else.
    Lmao if you don't think money is important.
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    (Original post by Rep King)
    STOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP PPPPPP My motivation for medicine is medicine. I just like money as well. I will still do medicine without much money but if there's a way of making more money then I will do that with medicine. You're either overthinking or just not as smart lol... also it was a play on words on that jealous part *ignorance Get it?
    You dont come across very well, which is a big turn off to assisting you.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You dont come across very well, which is a big turn off to assisting you.
    Literally how? :P
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    (Original post by Rep King)
    Literally how? :P
    you're like that snobby little kid in primary school that changes the rules of the game when they're about to lose :lol:
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    (Original post by Etomidate)
    Lmao if you don't think money is important.
    Exactly. These people expect a doctor to work for that many hours with low pay currently in the UK. With many debts and time wasted for attending med-school. Even more training after that... Nuts!
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    (Original post by z33)
    you're like that snobby little kid in primary school that changes the rules of the game when they're about to lose :lol:
    Hhaha very funny when did I lose? p There was never a competition! The initial topic is helping me get into Australia mate. Talk sense to the little kid who doesn't know how to answer a question
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    (Original post by Rep King)
    Hhaha very funny when did I lose? p There was never a competition! The initial topic is helping me get into Australia mate. Talk sense to the little kid who doesn't know how to answer a question
    lmao nah you haven't lost yet... well unless your primary motivation really is money
    but if it isn't there's no need to be like "STOOOOOOOOPPPPPPPPPPP" as this shows immaturity and like you're a 'do as I say' person ygm

    anyway i don't have advice for med in australia, but I found this
    http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Careers/...n-in-Australia
    have a read, good luck!
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    In all fairness to the OP, my plan after specialising (if I ever get into med school) will be to setup a business/ clinic in the US of my own
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    In all fairness to the OP, my plan after specialising (if I ever get into med school) will be to setup a business/ clinic in the US of my own
    That's a really good plan. I thought of that as well. However, I heard US is pretty hard to get into though. ( Any advices?
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    (Original post by Rep King)
    That's a really good plan. I thought of that as well. However, I heard US is pretty hard to get into though. ( Any advices?
    As of yet I haven't done much research but apparently family medicine is the least competitive specialty in the USA. You might be better served asking this question on a US medical forum tbh because TSR is mainly UK
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    (Original post by z33)
    lmao nah you haven't lost yet... well unless your primary motivation really is money
    but if it isn't there's no need to be like "STOOOOOOOOPPPPPPPPPPP" as this shows immaturity and like you're a 'do as I say' person ygm

    anyway i don't have advice for med in australia, but I found this
    http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Careers/...n-in-Australia
    have a read, good luck!
    I still don't get your "losing" and "primary school" bits; maybe just too irrelevant for me to understand...

    This is how i express myself brother. I simply don't talk like a robot even online. Do you know me? Then that "STOPPPP" factor shouldn't even be in consideration. Oh again, just the way I talk I don't expect you to do what I say lol.. calm.. as if someone will really do "whatever" I say..

    Thanks for the link!! ) Will read for sure :P
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    As of yet I haven't done much research but apparently family medicine is the least competitive specialty in the USA. You might be better served asking this question on a US medical forum tbh because TSR is mainly UK
    Thank you so much!!!
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    (Original post by Rep King)
    I still don't get your "losing" and "primary school" bits; maybe just too irrelevant for me to understand...

    This is how i express myself brother. I simply don't talk like a robot even online. Do you know me? Then that "STOPPPP" factor shouldn't even be in consideration. Oh again, just the way I talk I don't expect you to do what I say lol.. calm.. as if someone will really do "whatever" I say..

    Thanks for the link!! ) Will read for sure :P
    wouldn't expect you too anyway

    *sister
    no one talks like a robot, but just because you're on the internet doesn't mean you can lose all your manners and ways of communicating properly with other people (a skill you'll need when you become a doctor btw )

    no good luck
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    (Original post by z33)
    wouldn't expect you too anyway

    *sister
    no one talks like a robot, but just because you're on the internet doesn't mean you can lose all your manners and ways of communicating properly with other people (a skill you'll need when you become a doctor btw )

    no good luck
    I don't see why you're starting an argument here? First of all, you're quite right, I don't always do what you say (ohhh the irony, see when you said about the little kid changing the topic when he's about to lose.. nvm) and my bad, "sister". I can still call someone close a brother even when she's a female But, I'm not losing my manners/communications? If you look closer, people were initially harassing me for asking advice about Australia and I was just defending myself... Is there something wrong with that? :P My communication is perfectly understandable, unless you don't speak English very well If that's the case, I think you should really consider taking some classes, friend :P I don't need your luck lol kinda funny when you even mentioned that

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