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you didn't seem to when frances queried you on something about it

yes i am carr,cookie and dazya.......

you still have answered me how old are you - it certainly appears that you are not my age ( 18 )
No - coz we've covered this before! and you've PMed me and asked me to marry you on a thread - I think you know how old I am!

I'm 28 for those who care (I'm guessing no one!) I have a degree in Genetics, a D.Phil in cancer Research and a place to study Medicine in 2004.

My aquaintance at college is a history grad, doing an acheology based DPhil, and is doing A-Level Chem and Biol in a year at the moment.....
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No - coz we've covered this before! and you've PMed me and asked me to marry you on a thread - I think you know how old I am!

I'm 28 for those who care (I'm guessing no one!) I have a degree in Genetics, a D.Phil in cancer Research and a place to study Medicine in 2004.

My aquaintance at college is a history grad, doing an acheology based DPhil, and is doing A-Level Chem and Biol in a year at the moment.....
lol by that time i would have graduated ^^
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i applied to dentistry at queen mary, manchester, liverpool, and sheffield and got all 4 offers - and my interviews sucked ( apart from the liverpool one )
And you don't know what Max Fac is? Scary

It's Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.....
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And you don't know what Max Fac is? Scary

It's Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.....
how the hell is that scary? LOL i've never come across it in my life and i asked a friend and he didn't know about it either!
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how the hell is that scary? LOL i've never come across it in my life and i asked a friend and he didn't know about it either!
Hmm.. so did you do much research on dentistry before applying???

Where are you acceptimg as firm?
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lol by that time i would have graduated ^^
And if you were going into Medical or clincial oncology, as I wish to do, you'll be sweating trying to a) make sure you intercalate, and b) be trying to get someone to take you on as a PhD/D.Phil/MD student to gain the nec. research quals to get to consultant.....

Swings and roundabouts my friend, swings and roundabouts!
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Hmm.. so did you do much research on dentistry before applying???

Where are you acceptimg as firm?
yes i researched about it but never come across MaxFac!!! i even went to some open days and it didn't crop up not once

Liverpool: Firm Manchester: Ins ( should be the other way around but i fell in love with liverpool and manchester has a very high offer )
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And if you were going into Medical or clincial oncology, as I wish to do, you'll be sweating trying to a) make sure you intercalate, and b) be trying to get someone to take you on as a PhD/D.Phil/MD student to gain the nec. research quals to get to consultant.....

Swings and roundabouts my friend, swings and roundabouts!
lol, no after i graduate i will practice my profession and not study for any further qualifications ^^

period.
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lol, no after i graduate i will practice my profession and not study for any further qualifications ^^

period.
That's honorable. It shows you're interested in grass roots dentistry, and not a career in the bigger bucks margin.

For info, you might find this helpful for Max Fac info etc...
http://www.baoms.org.uk
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That's honorable. It shows you're interested in grass routes dentisrty, and not a career inthe bigger bucks margin.

For info, you might find this helpful for Max Fac info etc...
http://www.baoms.org.uk
i think i'll be on a good salary after i graduate thanks, especially if i work in private practice for the NHS
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i think i'll be on a good salary after i graduate thanks, especially if i work in private practice for the NHS
I'm not saying you won't, but it's not the upper end of the pay scale is it. Nor is it 'status' dentistry. I really admire that.
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I'm not saying you won't, but it's not the upper end of the pay scale is it. Nor is it 'status' dentistry. I really admire that.
lol i know - dentistry is very good money
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Out of interest, which are percieved as the prestigous dental schools.

I realise that it's probably like medicine, in that a degree is a degree and it's what you do post-qualification that counts, but as Oxbridge don't offer dentistry courses, is there a 'big two' amongst thoses that do offer the degree?
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Out of interest, which are percieved as the prestigous dental schools.

I realise that it's probably like medicine, in that a degree is a degree and it's what you do post-qualification that counts, but as Oxbridge don't offer dentistry courses, is there a 'big two' amongst thoses that do offer the degree?
in direct answer to your question, a degree in dentistry is a degree in dentistry and it is up to you where you go to do it and what you are happy with - reason i picked Liverpool was because the accomodation is damn sexy and the interview went well.... the nightlife is excellent and the people are friendly
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in direct answer to your question, a degree in dentistry is a degree in dentistry and it is up to you where you go to do it and what you are happy with - reason i picked Liverpool was because the accomodation is damn sexy and the interview went well.... the nightlife is excellent and the people are friendly

..I thought as much
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..I thought as much
so after you qualify, and i qualify we'll live together and you can be my partner and..... NOT have kids
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so after you qualify, and i qualify we'll live together and you can be my partner and..... NOT have kids
Kids are soo not on my agenda! Plus I think my ohterhalf might have something to say about that!
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Kids are soo not on my agenda! Plus I think my ohterhalf might have something to say about that!
pfffffffft

i don't want to have kids either =/
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fluffy seems too ambitious to have kids

yet, i would say i'm ambitious and i'd love to have 4! doubt that would ever be possible though
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fluffy seems too ambitious to have kids

yet, i would say i'm ambitious and i'd love to have 4! doubt that would ever be possible though
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