you should have been sent a health questionnaire a week or so after you got your offer, it'll explain everything in there. I wouldnt worry too much, it's just generally the bog standard vaccs (hep b etc).
You read it wrong.
Short-listing (i.e. calling for interview)
Overall, 44.7% of applicants were short-listed. 44.8% of female applicants and 43.9% of male applicants were short-listed.
How to assess your chances: some statistical information — Medical Sciences Division Website
Ahh well I guess we can blame the internet for that. I didn't mean it in a snarky way.
You can still say it, but I dont see why we have to discuss it? We all agree. Do you see what I mean?
Anyway I'm out. Au Revoir.
I was leading you to my response so that you could see what I was talking about.
You can talk about whatever you like but seeing as nobody was saying that switching to a different medical schools is a bad thing, there's no need to go on about how you think it's 'perfectly sensible' etc etc. -...
I wasnt telling you to do anything? apart from looking at another post (which is what you told me to do?)
I was suggesting that it would cause less confusion to look at more than one post.
No need to get touchy.