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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Not exactly. I mean, I did take an AS in maths early, but that's not so unusual.
    My other ASs were all taken in yr 12 or later. None of my qualifications are over 3 years...
    I mean, surely you'd want to have an A* in Maths by the end of three years.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I mean, surely you'd want to have an A* in Maths by the end of three years.
    No...I'm done with maths. It'd never be part of my offer if over 3 years but at certain places, they'll accept it.
    Think UCL's standard offer was AAAa but with my early maths, it'd be AAAB.
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    Tsr app is still on BST. Anyone know how I change this?


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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    Tsr app is still on BST. Anyone know how I change this?


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    Whos that person in your avi?
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    Whos that person in your avi?
    I'm guessing u don't watch Made in Chealsea!
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I'm guessing u don't watch Made in Chealsea!
    Oh couldn't see it properly, I know who it is now :lol:
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I was just suprised that Music would be included in their offer.
    Every place is different. Some would accept my FM A2 and my maths AS or vice versa, haha.

    Ah fair enough, that means you need an A in it if you were to apply to Bristol.

    Oh and is that Francis/Proudlock?
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Ah fair enough, that means you need an A in it if you were to apply to Bristol.

    Oh and is that Francis/Proudlock?
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    ??

    Haha don't worry my brains a bit fried after all the coursework and essays I've done today
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    I'm definitely resitting M1 it's far too easy to leave at 85, and it's after all my other exams anyway.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Haha don't worry my brains a bit fried after all the coursework and essays I've done today
    Fair enough. And yes to your other statement
    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I'm definitely resitting M1 it's far too easy to leave at 85, and it's after all my other exams anyway.
    Good luck. Have I answered ur Q?





    Summary of my calls today (spoke to Camz previously)
    Cambridge
    Yes: Maths and FM UMS will be taken as one and as long as long as I get high UMS in Chem this year, there's no point resitting my poor module.
    Bristol
    Yes: My offer will my my A2s in Chem, Bio and Music as well as my AS in FM.
    Sheffield
    Yes: Further Maths, Chem and Bio will be my AAA offer.
    Southampton
    No: I don't meet the GCSE requirement
    Newcastle
    Yes: Academics only constituents 20% of the admissions criteria
    Imperial
    Maths and FM will be seen as separate so I'll receive their AAAC offer (As opposed to AAAb) and thus will only need AAC this year
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    Ah right - yeah, I did the same thing on one of my drafts. You should be able to make up the last 1000 easily enough. :yep:

    I am, yeah, but I'm reluctant to actually finish my PS / make my choices because I don't quite feel ready. I want to be away from home but I find the prospect terrifying. I seem to be the only person like this on TSR though haha.
    I think it is quite natural to feel like that to a degree! You still have a bit of time so there isn't a rush Have you decided on a course?

    (Original post by keromedic)
    Hmm. Make a thread in PS help?
    I plan on using it when I have a full complete draft, I plan on 2 major revisions really, what they suggest and what my personal tutor says.. I know some people say do 8 drafts but ain't nobody got time for that :cool:
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    I think it is quite natural to feel like that to a degree! You still have a bit of time so there isn't a rush Have you decided on a course?

    I plan on using it when I have a full complete draft, I plan on 2 major revisions really, what they suggest and what my personal tutor says.. I know some people say do 8 drafts but ain't nobody got time for that :cool:
    I guess so! I'm terrified but at the same time know that if I didn't do it I'd regret it, so it'll work out. :yep: Yep, English Literature. :awesome:

    BIB: This
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    I guess so! I'm terrified but at the same time know that if I didn't do it I'd regret it, so it'll work out. :yep: Yep, English Literature. :awesome:

    BIB: This
    You only get 1 life (I am so not in other words saying YOLO ) and I assume at some point in your life you would probably move anyway

    Oooh English, you are brave
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    The 5/6 years people do medicine in uni. Does that include their specialisation year?

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    The 5/6 years people do medicine in uni. Does that include their specialisation year?

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    No, they don't specialise until they complete the foundation programme.
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    No, they don't specialise until they complete the foundation programme.
    Indeed.
    (Original post by Qari)
    The 5/6 years people do medicine in uni. Does that include their specialisation year?

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    Training to become a doctor

    Medical education comprises several related stages, which are:

    • Undergraduate medical education - a period of study at medical school (attached to a university) with clinical placements in hospital and community settings.
    • Foundation programme - a two-year period which all UK medical graduates must undertake before moving on to further training (although there are some options after foundation training to leave training and apply for a locally recruited post, such as a trust post). For further information on foundation training, please visit the Foundation Programme website.
    • Specialty,GP and run-through training - when doctors train to specialise in either general practice or a specialty. The length of and nature of the training will depend upon the career area/specialty in which the doctor wishes to work. Some specialties are "run-through" programmes, others begin with "core training". Further information on these models can be found on the Medical Specialty Training (England) website

    An addition to these stages, doctors are expected to keep abreast of advances in their specialty through ongoing continuing professional development.
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Indeed.
    So if someone wanted to be a doctor/surgeon in a hospital how much years in total would it be?

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    (Original post by Qari)
    So if someone wanted to be a doctor/surgeon in a hospital how much years in total would it be?

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    Depends on the specialty but roughly 12 years, I reckon.
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    Depends on the specialty but roughly 12 years, I reckon.
    Ah right thanks for the help.

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