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I don't see anything wrong
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I hear from a friend that a question in the BMAT exam today was to discuss the following:

'A little knowledge can be dangerous'

I think that might perhaps apply here.
Knowledge is power. Those with power are dangerous. There, discussed.
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Knowledge is power. Those with power are dangerous. There, discussed.
*claps*
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(Original post by Ralfskini)
I hear from a friend that a question in the BMAT exam today was to discuss the following:

'A little knowledge can be dangerous'

I think that might perhaps apply here.
Why did you reference a question in a BMAT exam?
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*claps*
<salutes his adoring fans, blows Adhsur a kiss >
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I think the implication is that if you only know a small amount, then you think you know more than you do and make sweeping assertions. This is something that potential medical and veterinary candidates must understand and so that is probably why the question was asked.

This quote from a golf professional is the only analogy that I can think of:

'The higher the handicap of the player, the better the teacher he/she thinks they are'.
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<salutes his adoring fans, blows Adhsur a kiss >
*tears of joy* *Turns away in modesty* *Waves wet hanky at you in fondness*
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Why did you reference a question in a BMAT exam?
Because I think it has relevance here.
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*tears of joy* *Turns away in modesty* *Waves wet hanky at you in fondness*
For God's (no pun) sake, why dont you kiss and sh*gg, and get it over with, this aint no Romeo and Juliet stageplay!
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For God's (no pun) sake, why dont you kiss and sh*gg, and get it over with, this aint no Romeo and Juliet stageplay!
LOL!!!! Excuse you...who do you take me for? I'm more dignified than that.
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*turns water into wine*

Now do you believe?

Alchemy.
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Alchemy.
Indeedy.
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Alchemy.
*turns ordinary man into a beggar*

Now, where did I put the rest of that MMR vaccine.
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(Original post by Ralfskini)
I think the implication is that if you only know a small amount, then you think you know more than you do and make sweeping assertions. This is something that potential medical and veterinary candidates must understand and so that is probably why the question was asked.

This quote from a golf professional is the only analogy that I can think of:

'The higher the handicap of the player, the better the teacher he/she thinks they are'.
Oh god yes I know that situation! People that think they know it all are not very pleasant. They go on like no-one else has a valid view, a very dangerous view to have.
The best golfers are not the best teachers of golf. Assuming a high handicap means you're good.
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*turns ordinary man into a beggar*
Tax.
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Tax.
hahaha yep
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*turns four wheeled vehicle into bicycle, by removing stabilisers*
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3 posts and we're off topic, ah well, as long as it's providing a spot for some discussion I suppose
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*turns four wheeled vehicle into bicycle, by removing stabilisers*
:eek: *gasp* That is profoundly mysterious!!
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3 posts and we're off topic, ah well, as long as it's providing a spot for some discussion I suppose
lol! You started the post, awwww, sorry dude.
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