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    (Original post by The Jester)
    l

    what question did everyone do for the 3rd section?
    C, I get the feeling a lot of people did C too.
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    yer, the one with the 4mm screws. What did you put?
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    (Original post by girlfairy28)
    For section 3, I did the 2nd choice...

    Talked about how if a doctor could be under the influence of alcohol could prove to be harmful to the patient; if the doctor suffers from a disease : TB or parkinson, and is hiding it; a pediatrician involved in child pornography...

    Why one may not be able to protect their patient from this misconduct:
    The doctor accused is of serious credibility and very good; may be working under the accused doctor so they don't want to be risking their reputation/job; or they are friends with that doctor.

    In conclusion i said that one must protect their colleague if they believe they are wrongly accused, and also protect the patient. Should let the authority decide the seriousness of the misconduct.
    wtf?! child pornography :confused: the question was about doctors and health care workers realising that sometimes natural death of a patient is inevitable and instead of keeping up treatment to which the patient does not respond they should let them die a natural, perhaps pain free death. I gave the example of a leukemia patient who does not respond to chemo...
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    (Original post by rdw1991)
    o crap! it was 33percent, i put 25. Damn it. I also put mother daughter, which i am sure is right. I also for the tension question put one only (2000J), the balancing one i am very sure was the last one, also what did everyone put for the percentage chance screws in a bag question? I put 15 percent. ?

    I put 15% as well
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    I did question 1 in section 3. Seems like I'm the only one to do so.
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    (Original post by proatcooking)
    I did question 1 in section 3. Seems like I'm the only one to do so.
    second question just seemed a lot easier to me.
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    I feel so rough now. I thought I was gonna throw up at the beginning. It was awful.

    Section One was alright until I got to the breast cancer question. Then I panicked and spent AGESSS on it, so I had to really rush and guess a few.

    Section Two was kinda mixed tbh. It was such a waste of time relearning physics because I couldn't do any of the questions! I so ran out of time, so just kept guessing C

    I did question 2. That just topped off my morning, writing about death for 30 mins :p:

    So yea, how lame. I think I'm gonna have to go and lie down for a bit. I'm quite gutted that its for 2 of my choices now. In hindsight I should have chosen 3 UKCAT unis.

    I loved the question about Steve Cram btw. I love that guy :p: Made me smile until I got onto the next lame question.
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    (Original post by ajdj)
    wtf?! child pornography :confused: the question was about doctors and health care workers realising that sometimes natural death of a patient is inevitable and instead of keeping up treatment to which the patient does not respond they should let them die a natural, perhaps pain free death. I gave the example of a leukemia patient who does not respond to chemo...

    I think they got the child pornography idea from that book of interview questions.It passed my mind too, but I see now how it might seem a bit weird/perverted otherwise lol
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    naziya i hope we are right! I think i rounded the fraction down so it got to about 7/50 then thats about 15 percent. Also proatcooking i did question 1 in section three. What sort of things did you put? I put how an experiment proven by quantitative means is more effective than qualitative, but that sometimes when proving or falsifying stuff it is neccessary to do a qualitative hypothesis first, then start looking at it with numbers. .. I dunno if really it made that sense, i hope i did ok.
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    (Original post by girlfairy28)
    For section 3, I did the 2nd choice...

    Talked about how if a doctor could be under the influence of alcohol could prove to be harmful to the patient; if the doctor suffers from a disease : TB or parkinson, and is hiding it; a pediatrician involved in child pornography...

    Why one may not be able to protect their patient from this misconduct:
    The doctor accused is of serious credibility and very good; may be working under the accused doctor so they don't want to be risking their reputation/job; or they are friends with that doctor.

    In conclusion i said that one must protect their colleague if they believe they are wrongly accused, and also protect the patient. Should let the authority decide the seriousness of the misconduct.
    I dont understand.. were you doing the international BMAT or the one for UK candidates??
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    (Original post by girlfairy28)
    For section 3, I did the 2nd choice...

    Talked about how if a doctor could be under the influence of alcohol could prove to be harmful to the patient; if the doctor suffers from a disease : TB or parkinson, and is hiding it; a pediatrician involved in child pornography...

    Why one may not be able to protect their patient from this misconduct:
    The doctor accused is of serious credibility and very good; may be working under the accused doctor so they don't want to be risking their reputation/job; or they are friends with that doctor.

    In conclusion i said that one must protect their colleague if they believe they are wrongly accused, and also protect the patient. Should let the authority decide the seriousness of the misconduct.
    Oh my god. Was I writing about totally the wrong thing?! Oh that's just topped off my day. I was on about suffering of the patient, and the distress it causes their family and stuff.

    Oh balls.
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    Okay i guess the child pornography was a little extreme but the question talke protectind your patients from risk of harm due to conduct, actions or performance of a colleague...I thought of Euthanasia later on....
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    (Original post by ajdj)
    wtf?! child pornography :confused: the question was about doctors and health care workers realising that sometimes natural death of a patient is inevitable and instead of keeping up treatment to which the patient does not respond they should let them die a natural, perhaps pain free death. I gave the example of a leukemia patient who does not respond to chemo...
    yea i just went on about the economic risk of paitents not responding to treatment as well as the emotional blah blah blah... meh i just hope they can read my bad handwriting.

    uhhhh anyone else feeling really hungry?
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    no, im not that hungry, I bought an egg sandwich from town after the exam. Then i had waffles.
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    (Original post by girlfairy28)
    Okay i guess the child pornography was a little extreme but the question talke protectind your patients from risk of harm due to conduct, actions or performance of a colleague...I thought of Euthanasia later on....
    Emm..you seem to have had a different paper Are you an international candidate? Cause no.2 didn't have anything to do with collegues, risk, euthanasia, etc.
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    (Original post by Donc, je suis.)
    I think they got the child pornography idea from that book of interview questions.It passed my mind too, but I see now how it might seem a bit weird/perverted otherwise lol
    I did get it from that book! Haha...so I've flunked this section aswell now!?!?
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    (Original post by rdw1991)
    naziya i hope we are right! I think i rounded the fraction down so it got to about 7/50 then thats about 15 percent. Also proatcooking i did question 1 in section three. What sort of things did you put? I put how an experiment proven by quantitative means is more effective than qualitative, but that sometimes when proving or falsifying stuff it is neccessary to do a qualitative hypothesis first, then start looking at it with numbers. .. I dunno if really it made that sense, i hope i did ok.
    Yeah, I wrote something similar to that along with some examples.
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    Raquel i wrote about the same stuff as u im guessing..
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    (Original post by girlfairy28)
    I did get it from that book! Haha...so I've flunked this section aswell now!?!?
    hehe.I think you did the same BMAT as me which must have been different to the UK one, because the others obviously got a different question 2.
    I chose C which was a Bertrand Russell quote, did any of the UK Bmat-ers have that?
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    (Original post by ajdj)
    Emm..you seem to have had a different paper Are you an international candidate? Cause no.2 didn't have anything to do with collegues, risk, euthanasia, etc.
    I am an international candidate but i am sure are questions were all the same...that is was the second statement said: Every patient needs to be protected or something like that!
 
 
 
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