They actually went quite well thanks The community course exam is a test of how well you can remember tutorials and also just spraff really. I remember the first question was a 9 mark question on a 23 year old couple who live in a flat with a 6 month old baby who has started crying for 4 hours during he night but is otherwise healthy Full time mother and father works. It just said what could be the effects of this etc.... so you just spraff about how the baby is teething, nothing to worry about healthwise, the father may be suffering at work due to fatigue or whatever... family be me fatigued/depressed, they live in a flat so baby might be annoying neighbours..... That kind of thing generally. The second one had a bit of ethics about a 15 year old girl who was pregnant and wans an abortion. It says the doctor who sees her is a Roman Catholic and is part of a 'sanctity of life' group. So you just go on about her beliefs and how they shouldn't interfere with her duty as a doctor and then it expands the question to other things... IN total it's a 60 mark paper over 1 hour and 15 mins.How did the exams go? I saw people coming out of exams and did think of you!!
You can get into the huv free anywayhey I checked my letter again and the thing I was talking about is an 'associate student scheme' which is 'free of charge' and lets you get into the uni facilities eg. library, gym, hub and stuff over the summer and you get to meet your director of studies early but i guess that doesn't apply to us! you also have to send away for an id card early. did anyone else get that letter?? maybe its just for aberdeen folk.