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    Hi,
    I have heard from admissions tutors at various uni open days that wider reading looks good on your personal statement for medicine. I know of student bmj an reading a book on a specific field of medicine you are interested in but has any1 else got anymore ideas?
    Also can any1 tell me about 'tomorrow's docotors?'
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    thanks for the link
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    (Original post by panjabiflower)
    I know of student bmj an reading a book on a specific field of medicine you are interested in but has any1 else got anymore ideas?
    If your idea of wider reading is the sBMJ you're doomed! :rofl:


    Also can any1 tell me about 'tomorrow's docotors?'
    Tomorrows Doctors was the guidelines published by the GMC in '03 which set out the standards required of medical students, what they should learn and how they should be taught.

    http://www.gmc-uk.org/education/unde...ws_doctors.asp
 
 
 
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