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Today 12:24 PM
Unregistered Die die better get mmed

Otherwise compete with mbbs from india. 180 coming!
30-09-2022 03:38 AM
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Uncle, i mean ah Pek, do you know that mcr once after 19,999 jump to 60,000?
My mcr is 3x more than my immediate yllsom senior, though just 1 year difference.
And Iím PGY9

20,000 is for dentist, so the jump.

Since you are 5x less than current 60k, meaning mcr 12k or less
Okie so grad 2004 from nus faculty of medicine.
Okie you win since you last batch from the faculty before they change name
前辈你好,晚辈向你敬礼
I grad before 2000
29-09-2022 09:17 PM
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U know taking drugs in Singapore is illegal?
Becuase you sound like you are high.


Gdfm candidate bring a wealth of experience?
Hello..the group I'm teaching all hopsital baby mo. MCR divide by 5 number still bigger than mine
Uncle, i mean ah Pek, do you know that mcr once after 19,999 jump to 60,000?
My mcr is 3x more than my immediate yllsom senior, though just 1 year difference.
And Iím PGY9

20,000 is for dentist, so the jump.

Since you are 5x less than current 60k, meaning mcr 12k or less
Okie so grad 2004 from nus faculty of medicine.
Okie you win since you last batch from the faculty before they change name
前辈你好,晚辈向你敬礼
29-09-2022 08:37 PM
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U know taking drugs in Singapore is illegal?
Becuase you sound like you are high.


Gdfm candidate bring a wealth of experience?
Hello..the group I'm teaching all hopsital baby mo. MCR divide by 5 number still bigger than mine
Your MCT number start with what number? Mine is 0.
29-09-2022 05:12 PM
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Maybe its time to increase residency training to 5 years.
Then maybe the candidates know how to assess patients properly.
Dont waste time anyhow go take mmed.
Make them pay training fee to MOH like how specialists do too.
At least GDFM candidates bring a wealth of experience to the table already.
U know taking drugs in Singapore is illegal?
Becuase you sound like you are high.


Gdfm candidate bring a wealth of experience?
Hello..the group I'm teaching all hopsital baby mo. MCR divide by 5 number still bigger than mine
29-09-2022 10:58 AM
Unregistered Maybe its time to increase residency training to 5 years.
Then maybe the candidates know how to assess patients properly.
Dont waste time anyhow go take mmed.
Make them pay training fee to MOH like how specialists do too.
At least GDFM candidates bring a wealth of experience to the table already.
29-09-2022 08:53 AM
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Talk cock. Sg paces is the real killer
I pass paces first lei and then took m.med
Paces can train for it easily because there is only so many things they can test
M.med is anything under the sun. Granted no need super in-depth but breath kills u.
28-09-2022 09:49 PM
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High?
You got percentage?
High becuase u claim so?

Hello
Other than the 2020 COVID batch where like 80 percent pass for part 2
Mostly it hovers around 50 to 60 percent for part 2
Part 1, 20 percent gone. Part 2 50 to 60 percent. Overall each batch go exam pass one u go count urself
For a first post grad exam passing rate, is not great compared to mrcp and of cse no where near mrcs
For an exit exam , it's nowhere near the high passing rates of other speciality.

Nhg a few years 100 percent means nothing. Becuase they only let resident high chance to pass go take
Sgh 60 to 70 percent, Nuh similar. Program b also not high plus last year failure also add on

High?
Ya. If u say so.
Talk cock. Sg paces is the real killer
28-09-2022 09:06 PM
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High?
You got percentage?
High becuase u claim so?

Hello
Other than the 2020 COVID batch where like 80 percent pass for part 2
Mostly it hovers around 50 to 60 percent for part 2
Part 1, 20 percent gone. Part 2 50 to 60 percent. Overall each batch go exam pass one u go count urself
For a first post grad exam passing rate, is not great compared to mrcp and of cse no where near mrcs
For an exit exam , it's nowhere near the high passing rates of other speciality.

Nhg a few years 100 percent means nothing. Becuase they only let resident high chance to pass go take
Sgh 60 to 70 percent, Nuh similar. Program b also not high plus last year failure also add on

High?
Ya. If u say so.
Errr actually Iím from NHG.
The whole batch takes exam. Nobody gets retained / prevented from taking exam.
28-09-2022 06:06 PM
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What to specialize in after MMed (apart from AST routes like pall med and sports med)?
Any lobang to intro?
Referolgoy.
The art of referring within the time of 1 minute upon seeing the patient.
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