- Nov 27, 2002
i've edited this thread to include international admissions also so be sure to check out the link on the first page people
hahahha coool... just do a squiggly circle thing and point an arrow to it and write 'renal cell' hahahhah 1 mark!Lexicographer said:Ooh I had a renal slide for my practical exam last semester... I had NFI what I was drawing. Just round bit here, squiggly bit there...
well living in clayton vs. living in the city has pros and cons...you'll find that most interstate students live either in mannix college (a residential college on campus) or find private share accomodation. Other alternatives are living in homestay or living by yourself in an apartment.Hi, i'm going monash uni for 06 med, and i'm gonna be living in melbourne by myself (it feels so daunting), so i wanted to ask u about living in melb
i was wondering weither it's better to live on shared accom near the campus, or living in the city( cost would be higher in city right?)
i mean clayton looked like a hole the day i went to enrole, is there even any shopping centre's around that place , but it seems like the only place i can say at for a newbie moving into melb
so based on ur experience is first year really really really hard, cause i've heard from all these ppl about high flunk out rates at med first year