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    what is more important in your cv if you want to be a docter ?
    geography grade or a sociology grade help i need by friday thank you
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    Choose the one you like most, it doesn't matter. Here is a list of med school GCSE requirements; they mostly care about grades, not subjects.
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    Choose the one you like most, it doesn't matter. Here is a list of med school GCSE requirements; they mostly care about grades, not subjects.






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    (Original post by elena2003)
    what is more important in your cv if you want to be a docter ?
    geography grade or a sociology grade help i need by friday thank you
    Probably neither. With reference to the frequent syntax errors in your spoken language, GCSE English should be the priority. Moreover, in relation to the fact that you'd like to be a "docter," I am going to say a medical career is not feasible.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Probably neither. With reference to the frequent syntax errors in your spoken language, GCSE English should be the priority. Moreover, in relation to the fact that you'd like to be a "docter," I am going to say a medical career is not feasible.
    what do you mean ? i have perfect english grades and i asked you for help not to critize . What else i will be a perfect docter some day ***ch
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Probably neither. With reference to the frequent syntax errors in your spoken language, GCSE English should be the priority. Moreover, in relation to the fact that you'd like to be a "docter," I am going to say a medical career is not feasible.
    Ow


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    (Original post by elena2003)
    what is more important in your cv if you want to be a docter ?
    geography grade or a sociology grade help i need by friday thank you
    CV tips:
    http://www.bma.org.uk/developing-you...edical-cv-tips
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    (Original post by elena2003)
    what do you mean ? i have perfect english grades! and what else you dont have a chose of doing english or not
    I can't challenge you because I don't understand what you're saying.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Probably neither. With reference to the frequent syntax errors in your spoken language, GCSE English should be the priority. Moreover, in relation to the fact that you'd like to be a "docter," I am going to say a medical career is not feasible.
    savage af :rofl:
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    thanks bae
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    I can't challenge you because I don't understand what you're saying.
    wtf
    You are so dumb if you had a brain you would stopp and leave
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    (Original post by elena2003)
    thanks bae
    hahah it's okay
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    hahah it's okay
    at least someone is helpful
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    (Original post by elena2003)
    at least someone is helpful
    Just ignore those who is being meanie to you
    they are just here for trolling
    But you will find many other TSR members who are helpful and kind And you can always report if it is against the TSR rules
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    (Original post by elena2003)
    wtf
    You are so dumb if you had a brain you would stopp and leave
    That's why I did leave, for a second, implied by the words "I can't challenge you" which indicates an end to the discussion; I don't wish to converse about your utterly ludicrous English furthermore, nor do I wish to obliterate you from this moment forth.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    That's why I did leave, for a second, implied by the words "I can't challenge you" which indicates an end to the discussion; I don't wish to converse about your utterly ludicrous English furthermore, nor do I wish to obliterate you from this moment forth.
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    wtf
    gosh you sound like an english teacher
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    (Original post by elena2003)
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    gosh you sound like an english teacher
    Well, I am in fact 15 years of age.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Well, I am in fact 15 years of age.
    15 years of age does not make sense and if i were you i wouldn't criticize people
 
 
 
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