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    We predict students HSC marks from as early as Year 10 using Computer Algorithms - Hiring tutors for Mathematics

    If you could predict future bitcoin prices wouldn't you be insanely rich already?
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    Still alive

    Still alive
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    Dr Jason - Experienced Medical/Dental Program Interview Tutor

    I am back with even more insight.
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    Physio salary

    New grad is 60-80k. If you're not working for someone with full books you can easily get 200k+.
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    Bachelor of Science vs Bachelor of Medical Science

    Bball1 probably doesn't have any real life experience. I would agree with everyone else here. Science over medical science.
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    Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Query

    You can do FARGP instead of FRACGP which is another option. If rural and procedural work is what you want to do then you're better off with FARGP or FACCRM. Regardless you can think about this later when you've made it into medicine first.
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    Uni degree question: allied health occupation

    Re: best allied health occupation There is no best career. It's like asking people what is the best food? You can word the question better.
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    Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Query

    Your residency counts towards your training. So FRACGP fellowship should be obtained at the end of PGY4 if there are no hiccups. If you want to do rural you're better off doing ACRRM rather than FRACGP and that pathway is different. By procedural GP you mean?
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    Free Medicine Interview Seminar

    Nope sorry guys have had no time this year. Apologies. Only helping my private students and even that is getting difficult.
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    Basic Interview Guides

    Since I can't post links here in this forum. I've created a few basic guides to the interview process. Search drwhodryu on google and click on my blog. Under the guide section will be some rough interview guides to help those going for their interviews soon. From my connections in the...
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    Is law a reasonable pathway to medicine?

    I totally agree with Havox with what he stated earlier. You won't know anything unless you are an actual doctor or medical student. Even some medical students don't understand the gravity of the situation. New development, even for SRMO positions you will most likely won't receive an "interview"...
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    Is law a reasonable pathway to medicine?

    I don't try to hide anything online or offline. If you do it offline you risk the issue of not getting a job in the future. I do enjoy diagnosing and treating patients but there is a significant portion of my time dedicated to going WTF at the system and certain patients. It is a far cry from...
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    Is law a reasonable pathway to medicine?

    I think this is appropriate however, you have to realise the values between a lawyer and doctor are similar yet different and the structure of the fields are almost completely different. Just because you have an interest in one thing doesn't guarantee you will like the job itself because the job...
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    (usyd) med sci -> med

    You can apply as an undergraduate in your last year of your course.
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    Should I aim for Grad Med rather than Undergrad?

    If this makes you lose hope don't pursue medicine. You will be expected to do masters, research, PHDs, audits, presentations etc. just to get ahead of your medical colleagues. If you think school is competitive this is nothing to what medicine has become. Also like what people have said before...
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    Is law a reasonable pathway to medicine?

    It doesn't prepare you well for the GAMSAT. I still find it surprisingly you want to do law. I am curious about your reasons to wanting to do medicine.
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    What to do if one failed to enter medicine through undergraduate and graduate pathway

    Re: What to do if one failed to enter medicine through undergraduate and graduate pat Woops he didn't make it clear XD
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    What to do if one failed to enter medicine through undergraduate and graduate pathway

    Re: What to do if one failed to enter medicine through undergraduate and graduate pat I've seen a few patients who were adversely affected by the advice of chiropractors and naturopaths. One naturopath I saw prescribed a woman who was allergic to pollen and some plants, plant based skin rubs...
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