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    (Original post by Limitless)
    I remember in year 7 in school we got told to watch this woman giving birth in a biology lesson.
    Haha, did you ever watch "one born every minute" that was a lot more traumatic than any programme we've watched at school.
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    (Original post by anonnymous)
    i watch scrubbs,i know about medicine now being a doctor is sooo fun
    Oh dear, please don't tell me you want to be a doctor because of scrubs?
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    (Original post by liviaaa)
    Haha, did you ever watch "one born every minute" that was a lot more traumatic than any programme we've watched at school.
    No. Lol. Some people had to go out because they felt sick, I just kept looking confused like "what a baby comes out of there" then "OMG there is a baby coming out of there that is awesome". For some reason I got :K: expressions.
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    (Original post by liviaaa)
    Oh dear, please don't tell me you want to be a doctor because of scrubs?
    40% of my reason

    Dr Cox sold it to me
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    (Original post by Limitless)
    No. Lol. Some people had to go out because they felt sick, I just kept looking confused like "what a baby comes out of there" then "OMG there is a baby coming out of there that is awesome". For some reason I got :K: expressions.

    are there any programs on ilnesses, cures, the human body?

    it's just, child birth is too narrow and specific to me, i want a broad range at this stage
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    (Original post by liviaaa)
    We started the A2 course this week. The teachers are taking it so seriously, we even have a test coming up...
    We've started Chemistry and Biology, they've said they're going to get about 1 or 2 modules out of the way but throw in a couple of fun lessons

    Not happy I still have to go to Physics though, I'm definately dropping it Hate it with a passion.
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    (Original post by anonnymous)
    are there any programs on ilnesses, cures, the human body?

    it's just, child birth is too narrow and specific to me, i want a broad range at this stage
    Junior Doctors was very good (you'll have to watch it on iplayer now). Also 24 hours in A & E, channel 4 at on Wednesdays.
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    (Original post by SpringNicht)
    We've started Chemistry and Biology, they've said they're going to get about 1 or 2 modules out of the way but throw in a couple of fun lessons

    Not happy I still have to go to Physics though, I'm definately dropping it Hate it with a passion.
    We've started everything, and no sign of fun lessons! :/

    Oh that's annoying, at least we don't have to go to the lessons we're dropping.
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    (Original post by SpringNicht)
    We've started Chemistry and Biology, they've said they're going to get about 1 or 2 modules out of the way but throw in a couple of fun lessons

    Not happy I still have to go to Physics though, I'm definately dropping it Hate it with a passion.
    mee to, i've failed it at a/s
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    (Original post by Limitless)
    No. Lol. Some people had to go out because they felt sick, I just kept looking confused like "what a baby comes out of there" then "OMG there is a baby coming out of there that is awesome". For some reason I got :K: expressions.
    Hahaha. Well it's only a good sign as a doctor. Looks like we have a future obstetrician here.
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    (Original post by liviaaa)
    Junior Doctors was very good (you'll have to watch it on iplayer now). Also 24 hours in A & E, channel 4 at on Wednesdays.
    cheers for that i appreciate it

    ps, what subjects are you taking on?
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    (Original post by liviaaa)
    Hahaha. Well it's only a good sign as a doctor. Looks like we have a future obstetrician here.
    could you tell me, if you're given a complex problem, how do you deal with it? like breaking it up ect?

    i want to learn from you/assess you^^
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    (Original post by anonnymous)
    cheers for that i appreciate it

    ps, what subjects are you taking on?
    Maths, bio and chem for A2. You?
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    (Original post by anonnymous)
    could you tell me, if you're given a complex problem, how do you deal with it? like breaking it up ect?

    i want to learn from you/assess you^^
    Depends what the complex problem is?
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    (Original post by liviaaa)
    Hahaha. Well it's only a good sign as a doctor. Looks like we have a future obstetrician here.
    I'm thinking GP though I like the easy lifestyle. It's easier to balance family life and work.
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    (Original post by Limitless)
    I'm thinking GP though I like the easy lifestyle. It's easier to balance family life and work.
    Yes I was interested in paeds, or a GP as I definately want a family so I want a bit of flexability.
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    I'm thinking GP though I like the easy lifestyle. It's easier to balance family life and work.
    So true. At this point the idea of being a GP seems so boring though lol, I bet after graduating and actually training, I'll change my mind.

    I've always thought Psychiatry seems really interesting.
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    (Original post by anonnymous)
    mee to, i've failed it at a/s
    I don't know how I did, I wasn't feeling too confident but I came on TSR and it seemed other people had similar answers so hopefully!

    Mainly dropping it because I have sat there all lesson thinking 'why the hell didn't i switch to german in the first week'
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    (Original post by liviaaa)
    Yes I was interested in paeds, or a GP as I definately want a family so I want a bit of flexability.

    (Original post by oHellno)
    So true. At this point the idea of being a GP seems so boring though lol, I bet after graduating and actually training, I'll change my mind.

    I've always thought Psychiatry seems really interesting.

    i'm not mature enough to even handle the responsibility of a doctor/ a family

    i don't want one atm, i'm just a kid
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    hello! is there anybody whos a student in the college of medicine of edinburg? I am looking for somebody to tell me the first-hand information from the uni I am really nervous about my applying and I want support
    best regards!
 
 
 
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