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I want to do a degree in physio starting in sept 05, where is the best place to go?
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wales college of medicine os curently the best i think!
im going there in sept for physio!!!!!!!!
also applied to, plymouth,uwe,manchester, birm, southampton
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(Original post by Joey9)
I want to do a degree in physio starting in sept 05, where is the best place to go?
i was gonna do physio are u applying late
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how come your not doing it?
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how come your not doing it?
ive changed my mind to do sports science
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Those of you that have applied to do physio - do you have a lot of work experience? I work full time and have found it really difficult to get any. Just been rejected by Bradford and was wondering if this was one of the reasons.
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i think work experience is a must for most universities. can imagine its hard if ya work full time though! If ya dont have any work experience then they use it against u and say you havent got enough knowledge of the profession.
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I FOUND IT HARD TOO, but managed 2 days in one hospital , one day in another, and a couple of days in a private practice....... just keep trying...look in yellow pages!!!!!
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Yes I will keep trying thanks - been calling lots of places but someones got to give me a break at some point I guess. Not sure Im going to get in this time (to uni) so I have been keeping an eye out for Physio Assistants jobs - I live in Leeds and haven't seen any as yet - anyone else seen any?
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