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A college or medical school is an institution of higher education where you study and learn the various disciplines that make up the course of medicine , eventually promoting research and extension in these and other areas of knowledge. After its completion, we obtain the diploma of doctor .
Some medical schools also offer programs for graduate , master's and doctorate .
Medical schools teach topics such as human anatomy , biochemistry , pharmacology , immunology , neurology and pathology .
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Perfect Phrases for Medical School Acceptance (Perfect Phrases Series)
Hi Tards - Evidence Charter Schools pick2013-08-12 12:31:32 by -
Read after the first paragraph
A new story about charter schools admissions by Stephanie Simon at Reuters details how the reality of admissions at many charter schools is far different from the above rhetoric. She writes:
Students may be asked to submit a 15-page typed research paper, an original short story, or a handwritten essay on the historical figure they would most like to meet. There are interviews. Exams. And pages of questions for parents to answer, including: How do you intend to help this school if we admit your son or daughter?
These arent college applications
Mildly OT: Being a grammar nazi cures alzheimers2009-07-09 10:21:11 by mr2rod
People who have superior language skills early in life may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease decades later, despite having the hallmark signs of the disease, according to research published in the July 9, 2009, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
"A puzzling feature of Alzheimer's disease is how it affects people differently," said study author Juan C. Troncoso, MD, with Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore
You misunderstood me2007-08-29 13:34:40 by SJester
The research I've written up is important, possibly critical. But some people don't perceive it as such and are more impressed with dense language. Those people can serve as barriers to publication.
It's sad, but not bullshit.
And the sentence you offered was stiff enough to stand up and walk around on its own.
They're not seeking cold, clinical, impersonal people, although perhaps some doctors pick that up in school. Cancer does bother me, offend me even, and I have to express that.
Misha helped me realize that I could just tighten all the sentences instead of using rare words
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