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    Which one would you firm? Why? Like academic performance wise, i.e. course structure, teaching methods, entry standards, lectures, clinical exposure etc. Thanks :yes:

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    Anyone??? :dontknow:

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    To be fair, there are a few threads on this...If you look back over pages 2-5 of this forum, you should find something to help
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    (Original post by teethy:D)
    Which one would you firm? Why? Like academic performance wise, i.e. course structure, teaching methods, entry standards, lectures, clinical exposure etc. Thanks :yes:

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    I'd suggest you make a list of pro's and con's for each dental school to help you choose.

    I can only really comment on Newcastle.
    Newcastle is mainly lecture based with some small groups seminars. We also have quite a lot of practical sessions particularly for Anatomy.

    During first year you shadow fourth year students in the afternoon's for a few weeks- this is the only clinical exposure you really have in first year.
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    Newcastle. Bristol is very old fashioned and needs to update its teaching style to get with the times.
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    (Original post by brahinmanc)
    Newcastle. Bristol is very old fashioned and needs to update its teaching style to get with the times.
    Old fashioned as in? Traditional? Cause I never like PBL anyways.
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    (Original post by teethy:D)
    Old fashioned as in? Traditional? Cause I never like PBL anyways.
    Newcastle isn't PBL anyway.
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    (Original post by brahinmanc)
    Newcastle isn't PBL anyway.
    Yup I know. Then how is Bristol old-fashioned compared to Newcastle?

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