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Is radiography harder or medicine?
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Radiology is a medical specialty that requires a medical degree, so I'm not sure what you mean. Unless you mean doing internal medicine/a physicianly specialty? Or do you mean radiography?
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Radiology is a medical specialty that requires a medical degree, so I'm not sure what you mean. Unless you mean doing internal medicine/a physicianly specialty? Or do you mean radiography?
Haha sorry I ment radiography
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Is radiography harder or medicine?
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Haha sorry I ment radiography
Bit random... harder in what way?

Hard to get in to medical school? Certainly.

Hard to get through medicine? Not necessarily.

Hard to work as a junior doctor? Most definitely.
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Bit random... harder in what way?

Hard to get in to medical school? Certainly.

Hard to get through medicine? Not necessarily.

Hard to work as a junior doctor? Most definitely.
How about Harder subjects to study?
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How about Harder subjects to study?
Still too vague.

As you could imagine - medicine isn't a homogenous block that you study for five years and come out a doctor.

It's divided into pre-clinical and clinical phases, and each of them composed of many more modules.

You may love anatomy but hate physiology, you may find taking history easy but not taking blood etc.
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How about Harder subjects to study?
Unless you question a group of people who’ve done both degrees, you’re likely to get biased answers based on people’s experience of either degree but not both.

If you’re trying to choose between them, there are other factors you should consider other than how hard they are.
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