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Postby Kruelty » Fri Sep 30, 2005 3:23 am

Hey guys, my rabble again :p

Right, i was wondering what qualifications you need for Hematology and being a Doctor

I was also contemplating being a Psychiatrist but i dont thnik i would have the patience of that


i would check at my school but yet again the libary is 'Out of commission' so any help is appriciated please :D


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Postby mew_mew_kitten » Fri Sep 30, 2005 5:54 pm

Well to specialise in Haemotology you need to first do a medical degree. This is the standard course all med students take to become a Doctor of medicine. Then I think after your 5 years you can specialise e.g. Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Rhinoplasty etc. so it would probably mean another couple of years at University.

I think you are in year 9 or 10? Can't remember, but in order to get onto a medical course you need to get AAAa at A-Level (3 A2 Levels and an AS level - all at A grade) Two of these MUST be Biology and Chemistry, the third in a science subject e.g. Maths, Environmental Science, Statistics - and the AS can be in anything you like.
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Postby Kruelty » Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:48 pm

mew_mew_kitten wrote:Well to specialise in Haemotology you need to first do a medical degree. This is the standard course all med students take to become a Doctor of medicine. Then I think after your 5 years you can specialise e.g. Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Rhinoplasty etc. so it would probably mean another couple of years at University.

I think you are in year 9 or 10? Can't remember, but in order to get onto a medical course you need to get AAAa at A-Level (3 A2 Levels and an AS level - all at A grade) Two of these MUST be Biology and Chemistry, the third in a science subject e.g. Maths, Environmental Science, Statistics - and the AS can be in anything you like.


eek.. i really am going to have to follow my brothers footsteps (he got A+ in his A levels etc) im going to have to revise my butt off... ah well, will be fun ^^

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