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  • My first energy metabolism lab was somewhat less interesting. Three gruelling hours of pipetting various solutions very precisely into 60 little tubes and then testing the absorbency of these at various times over half an hour. It was rather boring. If you like mucking about with test tubes in a lab then I suppose it would have been exciting, but it confirmed that I am destined as a doctor rather than a biomedical scientist to be honest! http://www.journalfirst.com/faqs[more]
  • I am trying to keep my news somewhat related to university, however this is a bit abstract; I have organised to start some voluntary work at the Victoria Infirmary to aid my application to transfer to Medicine in January. I met with the organiser yesterday to get my badge and it looks as though it will be quite good. https://www.jiaodianlunwen.com/contactus[more]
  • It’s not to teach them to diagnose, it’s just so they can develop correct communication skills and can carry out a comfortable conversation with a patient. It’s really good fun, I get to give them feedback on how good (or rubbish) they were and of course it’s useful for me as if I am accepted into medicine I will know EXACTLY what to do when it comes to my own communication skills workshops. https://www.essaymon.com/news[more]
  • I was also volunteering with the medical school within the university yesterday. This is a much more “interesting” volunteer-ship in that I am the patient. Yep, what I do is pretend to have some illness or problem and the first year medical students speak to me to find out as much as they can about my symptoms and their effects on my life. https://www.essaycapital.co.uk/progress/[more]
  • A last note, absolutely nothing to do with university, before I force myself back to studying; we are getting a cat. I have finally persuaded my boyfriend to let us have a wee kitten to keep us company in the flat. Ideally we are looking into getting a Persian kitten as having researched into various breeds they look at though they would be the best breed to cope with being a purely house cat. https://www.drsessays.com/contact[more]
  • So maybe it is okay for a princess to put herself before the prince. In the words of the classic Disney film ‘Cheetah Girls’ (and for those of you who don’t know who the Cheetah Girls are, you really need to discover them)….I’d rather rescue myself. https://www.jiaodianlunwen.com/order[more]
  • I think we all can get caught up in the grand thing that is love and before long it begins to take over our emotions, our thinking, and our focus. When we are rescued from the cellar it is easy to confuse something you want with something you actually need, and once it is realized you begin to see the huge difference between the two. https://www.essaymon.com[more]
  • Well, maybe we don’t need to be rescued at all. Maybe, if given a little time, those princesses could have gotten out of the cellar on their own, stood up to their wicked stepmothers, eaten what she wanted, and run the kingdom…no prince by her side. https://www.essaycapital.co.uk/order/[more]
  • When we are ‘rescued’ by someone, does that mean that we are indebted to that person? Continually trying to please them for taking you out of the cellar and into the big wide world. https://www.drsessays.com/faqs[more]
  • I don’t even know why I am on this rant, there is not even a definite conclusion or answer to this blog. So if anyone comes up with one, let me know. Also let J.K. Rowling know, I think Dumbledore and Harry might have issues. https://www.successfulessay.net/essays/[more]
  • What is truly the difference between “Your legs looked so good last night” and “I swear I didn’t cheat last night”? Where is the line drawn between a kind lie and a killer lie? Please visit https://www.successfulessay.com/services/[more]