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    (Original post by LewDacris)
    where have you got offers?

    Visit the uni's? Speak to some ppl in the profession see if that confirms anything. But realistically you should be sure medicine is for you when you apply, hence why is such a gruelling and competitive process. None the less congrats on the offers.
    This.
    Maybe you could defer your offers until next year so you can have a year out to properly decide.
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    (Original post by digitalis)
    I was *this* close to giving up my offers in June to go to flight school.
    The way I see it, give it a go, it is only two years longer than a 'normal' degree and once you have it, no-one can take it away from you. You can always sack off 'doctoring' and go work in a regular job if you decide it isn't for you, it's still a degree at the end of the day.
    haha, I used to want to fly planes many moons ago!

    any regrets?
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    Maybe you could defer your offers until next year so you can have a year out to properly decide.
    any idea what the fee status for that is?
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    (Original post by indecisivemedic)
    haha, I used to want to fly planes many moons ago!

    any regrets?
    Yup. But I think the positives outweigh the negatives.
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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Yup. But I think the positives outweigh the negatives.
    heres hoping I end up that way
 
 
 
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