27-12-2008, 03:33 AM #21
27-12-2008, 03:35 AM #22
27-12-2008, 04:02 AM #23
But yet you're judged relative to it not the so-called "equal" population.
Ah well, all will change in the next half decade odd i have to wait. Probably multiple times.Fresher medic*, doesn't know any medicine. Slight issue.¬
*Now 2nd Year.
27-12-2008, 07:29 PM #24
- Join Date
- Aug 2003
- Currently jus below ya nose, macca (hehehe.... ;) )
i would ave said crudeness if thats what i saw, but its not crude, just intensely superficial.
i think you're stating the obvious when you say employers will mainly be basing their decisions on prospective employees on their lives and skills; the point of the quote is that whereabouts one has qualified from will not be completely ignored. For example, PBL divides many people. some love it some hate it, and it may affect their opinion of you if your medical degree was taught that way.
and of course i'm not in favour of medical school reputation being weighted over available skills, that's an idiotic suggestion.
and, finally (!), gizmo, could you tone down the blind hatred of public school kids? i'm state school through and through but even i think it makes you sound a little prejudiced.
(and where is the luvvie?)
ironically, if and when gizmo comes to employing medical graduates, i'd hazard a guess he'd wouldn't pick the graduate from the medical school where, tradionally, the "posh skool twats" were educated.
perhaps you were simply trying blindly to justify your previous groundless statement about me being an anti-poshie."...reminds me of childhood memories,
when Everything was as bright as the bluest skies.."
30-12-2008, 11:33 PM #25
Settle down folks. If I see any more personal jibes, the thread will be closed, and your posts will be deleted. Please keep the posts professional and try to help each other. No more warnings.