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^Officially enrolled on the physiology/biological sciences course but also managed to graduate in physics and chemistry via extra private study?
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^Officially enrolled on the physiology/biological sciences course but also managed to graduate in physics and chemistry via extra private study?
You did Dentistry at the weekends at your spare time too, and came out top of your class. Yes.
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You did Dentistry at the weekends at your spare time too, and came out top of your class. Yes.
Yes, why stop at medicine? Let's create the ultimate health care professional.
This person would have significant experience of and expertise in the following:
All doctor specialities
Dentistry (all specialities)
Nursing
Radiology (or do I mean radiotherapy?)
Physiotherapy
Portering
Plebotomy
Management/Administration
Hmm...I'm running out.
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They have their own charity too.

I'm proud of my perfect applicant :proud:
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your dude should have a nobel prize and a bank account with £1000000 in it

and its not just medicine, they own a shares in KFC, Microsoft and Apple!
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and its not just medicine, they own a shares in KFC, Microsoft and Apple!
Their computer knowledge will enable them to single-handedly rescue the NHS database project, saving the public millions of pounds.

We forgot to mention their impoverished background (they were born in a slum in Sierra Leone) from which they have single-handedly arisen to their present heights.
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I know this thread started out with the best intentions but this is hilarious.
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This thread was always doomed!!
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^Yep, we just helped it towards its final destiny.
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and you forgot to mention that their parents are doctors, their grand parents are doctors and so is everyone on their family tree!!!
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HAHA, what a thread. :p:
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(Original post by malaz_197)
and you forgot to mention that their parents are doctors, their grand parents are doctors and so is everyone on their family tree!!!
No, no, surely that's bad because it smacks of privilege and cliqueyness, and makes it sound like our perfect applicant hasn't given his future career the deep, deep contemplation we know (s)he would.
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Delete this thread?
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(Original post by Harribot)
Delete this thread?
Killjoy.
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You know what, I've become so cynical and wisened from these threads I don't know what good medical applicant is now!
Hope I don't put off some good people from applying! :p:
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i fink Kyle XY would be a perfect applicant, macca. very kind and elpful.
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