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Hey Guys;

Well, title kinda says it all.
Also, never stayed in on campus accomodation so I can't say anything about that, sorry.*
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Do you plan to go to uni again to study something else after you graduate?
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Do you plan to go to uni again to study something else after you graduate?
I hope to study a PGCE when I'm done.


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Any science as a specialism with your teaching, i'm assuming biology?
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Any science as a specialism with your teaching, i'm assuming biology?
Hopefully biology and chemistry.
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What books do you recommend buying for the first year of the course?
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What books do you recommend buying for the first year of the course?
To be honest there's only one book you're going to need which is The Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Tortora (Helps SO MUCH with the Anatomy and Physiology module).
The other book I would recommend but is not entirely necessary in my opinion is Essential Cell Biology. This is mainly to help with the Cell Biochemistry and Genetics module.

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Cell Genetics and Biochemistry Book:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Essential-C...l+biochemistry

Anatomy and Physiology Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Principles-...iology+tortora

I would recommend NOT getting these brand new because uni books cost an easy £100 which is an astronomical price...
You can get a good second hand book in almost mint condition for £20.

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You can live with borrowing stuff from the library for Pathophysiology of Disease because the knowledge is so vast and Biomed Skills is the easiest module you'll ever sit...
No joke, no one turned up to the lectures...
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I never knew homosexual bio med was something you could take
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I never knew homosexual bio med was something you could take
You should try it, you might like it. =)


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Is male anatomy your favourite topic??
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Is male anatomy your favourite topic??
Yep. Best part of human anatomy.


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(Original post by Scienceisgood)
To be honest there's only one book you're going to need which is The Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Tortora (Helps SO MUCH with the Anatomy and Physiology module).
The other book I would recommend but is not entirely necessary in my opinion is Essential Cell Biology. This is mainly to help with the Cell Biochemistry and Genetics module.

Links:

Cell Genetics and Biochemistry Book:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Essential-C...l+biochemistry

Anatomy and Physiology Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Principles-...iology+tortora

I would recommend NOT getting these brand new because uni books cost an easy £100 which is an astronomical price...
You can get a good second hand book in almost mint condition for £20.

EDIT:
You can live with borrowing stuff from the library for Pathophysiology of Disease because the knowledge is so vast and Biomed Skills is the easiest module you'll ever sit...
No joke, no one turned up to the lectures...
Thank you
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why you homosexual for
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why you homosexual for
Because I'm afraid Vaginas will eat my penis...
That and man juice is awesome.
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