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    Say after my MBBS i don't do my foundation years, and come back to wanting to do them after 2/3 years is that possible. Would i have to redo my MBBS degree? how would this work??
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    Say after my MBBS i don't do my foundation years, and come back to wanting to do them after 2/3 years is that possible. Would i have to redo my MBBS degree? how would this work??
    You can only be provisionally registered with the GMC for 1125 days i.e. you would need to complete FY1 within 1125 days of graduating or you will not be able to register with the GMC again.

    http://www.gmc-uk.org/doctors/regist...ions/11720.asp
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    AFAIK best thing to do is complete F1 as that = full reg.
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    That would be unusual. FY1 is generally considered the biggest 'step up' you will ever undergo so taking a long time away beforehand is not logical.

    There is a natural career break 2 years after graduation before specialising. That is the time for a year or two out.
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    You can only be provisionally registered with the GMC for 1125 days i.e. you would need to complete FY1 within 1125 days of graduating or you will not be able to register with the GMC again.

    http://www.gmc-uk.org/doctors/regist...ions/11720.asp
    so after f1 i can leave the career and even hypothetically come back after a million years XD what about f2?
 
 
 
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