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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Yeah, and completely unrealistic - they would at least have had an attempt at resuscitating her.

    I still adore Casualty though - but last night's episode was patronising and rubbish.
    is there a chance that she could be rescued?

    yeah I thought they were real life patients for a while. :p:
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    I'm not on there...I was just looking for other King's medics!
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    Dude, it says that you didnt receive an offer, but that your letter said you needed 3As. Sort it out!!:p:
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    (Original post by visesh)
    Dude, it says that you didnt receive an offer, but that your letter said you needed 3As. Sort it out!!:p:
    :p: I clicked "Yes", stupid computer. :mad:
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    (Original post by visesh)
    I'm not on there...I was just looking for other King's medics!
    well fill in one. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by darkenergy)
    is there a chance that she could be rescued?

    yeah I thought they were real life patients for a while. :p:
    Nope, they said last night she was dead I think. And you saw the divers check her pulse and then just shake their heads (rather than starting CPR :rolleyes: ) Charlie's ok though.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Nope, they said last night she was dead I think. And you saw the divers check her pulse and then just shake their heads (rather than starting CPR :rolleyes: ) Charlie's ok though.
    I know, but could she have been saved in real life, under those circumstances?
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    (Original post by darkenergy)
    I know, but could she have been saved in real life, under those circumstances?
    IMHO, she could have. She hadn't been underwater that long; they should definitely have attempted resus.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    IMHO, she could have. She hadn't been underwater that long; they should definitely have attempted resus.
    yeah, may be the actress had enough of casualty already, so decided to leave. :rolleyes:
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    Um, yeah, but they could have killed her off a bit more realistically in any case, couldn't they?

    (I didn't see this part so I can't really comment on how realistic it actually was...)
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    she was only in the water bout 10 seconds longer than charlie...
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    (Original post by darkenergy)
    go ahead and laugh :rolleyes: tho i realised when the program started... :p:
    So you are Gary! :eek: Sorry :p:
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    (Original post by Camford)
    So you are Gary! :eek: Sorry :p:
    no worries. :rolleyes: yeah I am Gary. :p: :eek:
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    (Original post by darkenergy)
    no worries. :rolleyes: yeah I am Gary. :p: :eek:
    And Korner interviewed you? What for? :confused:

    (Original post by DE)
    Describe the college accommodation:

    No.
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Camford)
    And Korner interviewed you? What for? :confused:


    :rofl:
    did you read my profile too? :eek:
    medicine, yes, I was as confused as you are right now. He knows more than me though :rolleyes: bought one of his books too
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    Originally Posted by DE
    Describe the college accommodation:

    No.
    lol, I never stayed there!? what do you expect me to say???




    hey camfo wheres your profile?

    where are you at? Pembroke? *goes off searching for camfo's profile*
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    (Original post by camford)
    How did you decide between Oxford and Cambridge?

    The weather on the day I visited. It was sunny when I first time visited Cambridge, but cloudy when I visited Oxford
    :rolleyes:

    What happened at your interview(s)?

    I got asked a few questions. And got told by the interviewer "... you will have many more interviews in your life, jobs, schools and so on. None of them is going to be easy..." Then I thought "Oh s...."
    :rolleyes:, lol.

    What questions were you asked during your interview(s)?

    Subject one is just something on basic programming logic and cutting cake. General one was more about UCAS application.
    cutting cake? Does that involve an algorithm?
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    (Original post by darkenergy)
    :rolleyes:
    you don't need a reason to not want to go to Oxford


    :rolleyes:, lol.
    What would you have though?

    cutting cake? Does that involve an algorithm?
    I think he asks tricky questions. So how many pieces of cake with 4 cuts then?:p:

    Michael Wise left. I was expecting to see him on the day, but, he left.
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    (Original post by Camford)
    you don't need a reason to not want to go to Oxford
    true, I hated their prospectus.


    you don't need a reason to not want to go to Oxford

    (Original post by Camford)

    What would you have though?
    well since all of my interviews later in life will be so difficult, why don't you give me an easy one to start with?
    (Original post by Camford)
    I think he asks tricky questions. So how many pieces of cake with 4 cuts then?:p:
    what did you say? :confused:
    (Original post by Camford)
    Michael Wise left. I was expecting to see him on the day, but, he left.
    was that your interviewer?
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    (Original post by Camford)
    I think he asks tricky questions. So how many pieces of cake with 4 cuts then?:p:
    If you mean, what is the maximum number of pieces of cake you can get with 4 cuts, I don't think it's possible to answer that unless you specify, for example, that every cut must be a straight line or restrictions like that. Is it meant to have an actual answer?

    For example, you could do the first cut as cutting the cake (with one continuous cut) in a spiral shape, then use the other 3 cuts to trisect the whole cake. The number of pieces you'd get from this would depend on the size of cake and how close together you are able to cut successive "rounds"/whorls of the spiral.
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    MW was the interviewer. I said 11 pieces but it wasn't the right number.
 
 
 
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