Thanks. Just one more thing - How are the lecturers?(Original post by LaetitiaAaronK)
I am not sick of u. actually wished that I had some for eat had experiences when I first applied...
don't be worried the interview was actually more causal. dress casual smart. the group interview was harder 4 me because its easy to get swallowed up by louder personalities. so always answer a question don't sit silently.
(I though my one one interview @Portsmouth was easier in my opinion)
Marc Ryan is my main tutor. he is really funny...
I was not asked about personal statements just the subjects I took at A levels
u don't need to know loads about the NHS
There some people in cardiac but most of them are older on their second degree. All of the younger people are in audio.
Neuro is more interesting because u get 2 c more neurological training like electroencephalogram, nerve conduction studies, visual evoked potentials and many others.
audiology only fit eat pieces (very limited -my opinion)
As for how hard it is. I think the first year is just about the basic anatomy and physiology of the brain. second year is the disease states. its been good so far. audio and neuron share the same classes in the first year.
We don't write any essays really. I have not. Its different from high school because the teachers don't chase u. u turn up for lectures and go home to research 4 urself
I am currently on placement in Cambridge University Hospital. some people are places in kings college, great ormond street hospital. it depends u get 2 choose
hope it helps u... good luck
Get going with the all day revision thread