3RD yr OSCEs IN LESS THAN ONE MONTH Watch

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hi..
I have had to take time off uni because of family reasons. I have one month until OSCEs. Have I left it too late? I literally know nothing.
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hi..
I have had to take time off uni because of family reasons. I have one month until OSCEs. Have I left it too late? I literally know nothing.
I mean, it really depends whether you actually don't know the required information or whether you are just feeling anxious. Rather than asking if you've left it too late, you'd be better off really getting your head down and preparing. Are the university aware of why you have been off? Are you able to ask for an extension or extenuating circumstances?
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I mean, it really depends whether you actually don't know the required information or whether you are just feeling anxious. Rather than asking if you've left it too late, you'd be better off really getting your head down and preparing. Are the university aware of why you have been off? Are you able to ask for an extension or extenuating circumstances?
They said I should apply for extenuating circumstances. I just want to know what is the best way to prepare for OSCEs? Thanks.
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They said I should apply for extenuating circumstances. I just want to know what is the best way to prepare for OSCEs? Thanks.
It really just depends what way you find best to learn, whether that's from books, making new notes, videos, group revision etc. Obviously it's important that you do scenario-based revision too, but there are plenty of those online.
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It really just depends what way you find best to learn, whether that's from books, making new notes, videos, group revision etc. Obviously it's important that you do scenario-based revision too, but there are plenty of those online.
can I pass just by watching and practising using geeky medics?
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can I pass just by watching and practising using geeky medics?
It's impossible for me (or anyone else) to predict whether that would be enough for you to pass. We don't know your current knowledge base or how you learn best. Generally you should be using a range of resources.
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