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Sorry to have to say this but some people on these boards are extremely childish. For example if you go down to the post 'Gay rights' some people have replied: No, gay people should not have rights because 'they are tossers'- i mean, how childish is that. They don't even back it up with why they think that. I for one, am, disgusted, with some people. This making it obvious that those people are'nt going to get anywhere in life. I hope they get what's coming to them.
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(Original post by Kish)
Sorry to have to say this but some people on these boards are extremely childish. For example if you go down to the post 'Gay rights' some people have replied: No, gay people should not have rights because 'they are tossers'- i mean, how childish is that. They don't even back it up with why they think that. I for one, am, disgusted, with some people. This making it obvious that those people are'nt going to get anywhere in life. I hope they get what's coming to them.
tru.......and then threr are ppl who can't take a little joke...........but u can't do much about it!
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Yes, yes, people are horrible. Did this really warrant a new thread?
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Yes, yes, people are horrible. Did this really warrant a new thread?
everyone makes mistakes :rolleyes: !
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(Original post by Saf!)
everyone makes mistakes :rolleyes: !
Doesn't mean we should hear about them, though.
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*yawns*


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(Original post by lilmissnaughty)
*yawns*
*yawns in an attempt to communicate*
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*yawns in an attempt to communicate*
Mr White, is it true you want to be a medical student?
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Mr White, is it true you want to be a medical student?
Ah, my attempts at communication via yawning appear to have worked. Greetings, traveller.

Yes, I do intend to go to med school (Imperial in London is my probable choice).
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Ah, my attempts at communication via yawning appear to have worked. Greetings, traveller.

Yes, I do intend to go to med school (Imperial in London is my probable choice).
Ah I see, I had an offer from Imperial. The panel interview was quite daunting for me, probably not aided by the fact the previous interviewee had thrown up near the entrance to the tutor's room in anticipation. Unfortunately I have now associated that smell with imperial, which does not seem to impress my medic friends there!
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
Mr White, is it true you want to be a medical student?
He just wants to feel dead bodies...and use them in his no doubt interesting "experiments"
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He just wants to feel dead bodies...and use them in his no doubt interesting "experiments"
I believe that was mentioned in the GMC's guide, 'Tomorrow's Doctors' as making the care of your patients your primary concern. In which better way can you demonstrate empathy than by touching your patients attentively...?
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
Ah I see, I had an offer from Imperial. The panel interview was quite daunting for me, probably not aided by the fact the previous interviewee had thrown up near the entrance to the tutor's room in anticipation. Unfortunately I have now associated that smell with imperial, which does not seem to impress my medic friends there!
Southampton is good as well, I was considering that university (it's quite close to my home), but decided that Imperial looks best.

(Original post by timeofyourlife)
He just wants to feel dead bodies...and use them in his no doubt interesting "experiments"
They're dead, they don't mind.
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Southampton is good as well, I was considering that university (it's quite close to my home), but decided that Imperial looks best.
Got any other Universities you might want to put down on the UCAS form?

Also, who made you leader of the Gentlemen's League?
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Got any other Universities you might want to put down on the UCAS form?

Also, who made you leader of the Gentlemen's League?
Probably will put down a couple more, but I'm still considering.

In the event of Sire's departure, I assumed control. Want to be my number 2?
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Southampton is good as well, I was considering that university (it's quite close to my home), but decided that Imperial looks best.
Hmmmm...I also applied to Southampton. They didn't even interview, which was quite reassuring. Let's hope mini Dr. Shipmans aren't excelling in their A-Levels and are good personal statement writers. Nottingham was my other choice, an equally good place to study. I think Southampton's reputation is quite lacking with some of the older consultants though.
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some people who post on here are children though, so can we really blame them for being 'childish'?
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Probably will put down a couple more, but I'm still considering.

In the event of Sire's departure, I assumed control. Want to be my number 2?
A few suggestions from my dad:

1) Go for London, where you are able to see amultitude of diseases and experiences etc

2) -Nottingham
-Queens Belfast (One of the best)
-Cambridge (for the prestige)

And yes, I'll be your no. 2
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some people who post on here are children though, so can we really blame them for being 'childish'?
Someone should tell that to the prat who is continually posting porn.
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A few suggestions from my dad:

1) Go for London, where you are able to see amultitude of diseases and experiences etc

2) -Nottingham
-Queens Belfast (One of the best)
-Cambridge (for the prestige)

And yes, I'll be your no. 2
where are u thinking of applying..and can u ask ur dad what kcl/manchester are like (****?)
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