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    Hi guys,

    So i graduated this year with a first in Sport & Exercise Science (laugh away) knowing that I was going to use it as a stepping stone towards a physiology/medical based career.

    I've recently come across the role of a Physician Associate (PA) and so i'm doing my applications for a Masters in this (some are PgDip).

    What i want to ask is, are there any of you out there who have applied/done such a course? Secondly, any who have done an NHS masters in any discipline?

    PA was not my first choice and i've had a string of unsuccessful NHS masters applications this year. A first is obviously a good indication to my knowledge and discipline etc, plus i have a relatively strong CV with ~25 hours of work experience within musculoskeletal healthcare, yet i'm watching other graduates in my year get accepted onto similar courses despite lower grades.

    Any help in nailing (and hopefully securing) an NHS based masters would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you
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