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(Original post by MidgetFever)
Have you studied either a law or nursing degree?
To sit there and say they're 'easy as piss' with no first hand experience is a pretty bold statement, and one that holds little validity.
I work alongside nurses in my job and half of the stuff theyre supposed to do we end up doing. Once you get past all the emotional stuff there's nothing too conceptually difficult about being a nurse. As for law, I have no doubt it has its own challenges, but deciding the law on individual cases still doesn't compare to the conceptual difficulty of concepts found in sciences
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Less people get a 1st in law than STEM subjects so it would seem vice versa.
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As a law student we tend to do things like ask for expert witnesses rather than dismiss statements out of hand
You don't seem to be a particularly good ambassador for the study of law, if you don't mind me saying :lol:
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Do they work 45 hours a week and study mechanics too and still get firsts on top of going out every night?
Biomed is for failed medics, I choose biochem because **** working with the public
They do have part time jobs and it's for both many people put biochem as their 5th choice on ucas. It's all about time management and you ****ting on others degrees shows ur lack of it and your bitterness that's someone's going to get a good degree and not come out broke at the end of it.
& will prob earn more than you in the future x
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You don't seem to be a particularly good ambassador for the study of law, if you don't mind me saying :lol:
Why?

The first statement relies on well known public information (statistics)

If it's a jibe at my grammar you should see the horrible writing some judges do
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They do have part time jobs and it's for both many people put biochem as their 5th choice on ucas. It's all about time management and you ****ting on others degrees shows ur lack of it and your bitterness that's someone's going to get a good degree and not come out broke at the end of it.
& will prob earn more than you in the future x
Doing event marketing or whatever it is they do I highly doubt it, but go off
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What uni you go to. What were you A level grades.
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I work alongside nurses in my job and half of the stuff theyre supposed to do we end up doing. Once you get past all the emotional stuff there's nothing too conceptually difficult about being a nurse. As for law, I have no doubt it has its own challenges, but deciding the law on individual cases still doesn't compare to the conceptual difficulty of concepts found in sciences
Of course it isn't.
Again, coming from a person that has no first hand experience on the complexities of law.

I'd be more impressed with your statement had you actually had some knowledge on the subject.
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:lol:
If law was as easy as this chump is making it out to be, I could have saved myself a lot of unnecessary stress.
Contract law is basically just squiggly lines on a piece of a paper innit?
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Of course it isn't.
Again, coming from a person that has no first hand experience on the complexities of law.

I'd be more impressed with your statement had you actually had some knowledge on the subject.
Can you pinpoint me one concept in law that approaches, for example, the concept of crystal field theory then
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Contract law is basically just squiggly lines on a piece of a paper innit?
Guess I better remember my crayons next time :dontknow:
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I work alongside nurses in my job and half of the stuff theyre supposed to do we end up doing. Once you get past all the emotional stuff there's nothing too conceptually difficult about being a nurse. As for law, I have no doubt it has its own challenges, but deciding the law on individual cases still doesn't compare to the conceptual difficulty of concepts found in sciences
What is your job exactly?
When you're in hospital and the future and there is no nurses I highly doubt your biochem degree will be better than a nursing degree.
Your job will probably be replaced by robots in the future 😂😂😂😂.
I would love to see you doing an IV or inserting a Catheter and maybe u feel experience enough to put someone on a ventilator in the future.
Your degree has no impact on helping anyone and the pay is **** as well 🤣🤣
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Guess I better remember my crayons next time :dontknow:
Why are you taking geography too?
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nice work, but If you did a stem subject it would be way more impressive. I've worked full time 40 hours in my intern yrs as a research/lab assistant and before in retail . I would no joke KILL MYSELF if I had to do work 50 hours on top of my biochem degree. My degree waste more time than when I worked a full-time job in the field. To add both would be so depressing and I would burn out very fast, and tbh with my degree with the amount of self-learning and report writing (esp past 1st yr ) it isn't even feasible to work anything over 10-20 hours.
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Can you pinpoint me one concept in law that approaches, for example, the concept of crystal field theory then
Of course I can't, and you know that I can't. Which proves absolutely naff all.

They're very different subjects that have very different challenges. It's pretty ignorant to even think that they're directly comparable.
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Can you pinpoint me one concept in law that approaches, for example, the concept of crystal field theory then
Your question makes no sense.

I (and she I am guessing) do not know crystal field theory - how can we appreciate the complexity of a subject we know nothing about?

Likewise you would not be able to do it either. I could send you a very long case on contract law but you would not know enough about the subject to appreciate its complexity - you wouldn't know for example the difference between express and implied terms in law, vitiating factors, concurrent liability, equitable remedies, fraud and misrepresentation, etc.
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Why are you taking geography too?
Might as well be, since apparently anything that isn't biochem is 'a piece of piss' :lol:
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What is your job exactly?
When you're in hospital and the future and there is no nurses I highly doubt your biochem degree will be better than a nursing degree.
Your job will probably be replaced by robots in the future 😂😂😂😂.
I would love to see you doing an IV or inserting a Catheter and maybe u feel experience enough to put someone on a ventilator in the future.
Your degree has no impact on helping anyone and the pay is **** as well 🤣🤣
You sound like a butthurt nurse, enjoy your ****ty pay because remember a biochemist gets paid more than a band 5 haha.
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(Original post by tashkent46)
Your question makes no sense.

I (and she I am guessing) do not know crystal field theory - how can we appreciate the complexity of a subject we know nothing about?

Likewise you would not be able to do it either. I could send you a very long case on contract law but you would not know enough about the subject to appreciate its complexity - you wouldn't know for example the difference between express and implied terms in law, vitiating factors, concurrent liability, equitable remedies, fraud and misrepresentation, etc.
The fact that those with STEM degrees can do a 1 year law conversion course and be on the same level as those with a full law degree under their belt but the same can't happen the other way around says everything tbh
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The fact that those with STEM degrees can do a 1 year law conversion course and be on the same level as those with a full law degree under their belt but the same can't happen the other way around says everything tbh
Yes it means nobody cares about STEM enough for conversion courses. They only exist because to practice professionally you need to do professional training and a training contract anyway (assuming you want to be a solicitor).
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You sound like a butthurt nurse, enjoy your ****ty pay because remember a biochemist gets paid more than a band 5 haha.
I'm a 3rd year med student and will get paid more than band 5 but just appreciate others jobs instead of being ignorant.
Will probably get paid more than you too 😁
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