Originally posted on Journey Of An Aspiring Medic:
So yesterday I did something medical.
I attended a “Scrubs Day” course at Manchester University organised by FastBleep Schools and first things first it was so tiring (8:30am-5pm and I had like four hours sleep) but extremely informative and useful, like really useful.
And we also got given scrubs to wear and I deeply regret not getting a picture with my scrubs on *sad face*
The main reason the day was really good was because the sessions and talks weren’t just the typical “How to apply to university” or “Make your personal statement look good” but instead they included the essential points to focus on in your personal statement not the wishy washy stuff, the life of a doctor after graduation, the whole of spectrum options for a doctor after completing their F1 and F2 years and an insight in to problem based learning.
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