How can I become a Plastic Surgeon?


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I am in year 11 and I have choosen to become a plastic surgeon. At first I thought it would be quite hard but know I realised that it is almost imposible.

I am still going to attempt it.

So what do I need to do (I saw the other thread but I need someone to explain in detail; as far as I know F1 and F2 are two buttons on my keyboard).

My grades are high and I am sure I can get an A in ALevel Chemistry and Biology.

Thanks in advance.


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You need to:
do as well as you can in your GCSEs.
get work experience in hospital and/or GP surgery
try and obtain a voluntary placement
get involved in extra curricular activities (sport/music/etc)
do as well as you can at AS level
apply to Medical School

But by the time you apply you'll know exactly what you need to do...

Training - Doctors - Explore by career - NHS Careers - probably wise to start there.


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Reply to Kinkerz

:( I just finished my work experience yesterday in a lawyer’s office

But I will probably volunteer in a hospital this or next summer.

My GCSEs are most likely going to be A*/A with probably 2 Bs.

You are actually right that by the time I get to Med school I will know everything and that it probably won't help me at all now but at the moment I feel like am trying to shoot stars with my eyes closed.


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Actrol, I would get a lot more work experience in year 12! Just like Kinkerz said. Not just one placement (and a lawyer's office wouldn't have much relevance in your personal statement when you get to that stage!). Read some example medical school personal statements on the internet to see the kinds of things people get up to when applying! You're still in early days, concentrate on your GCSEs :)


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BOTOX The Big Lie For Migraine.
With the time, when you will know the truth about my migraine pressure points surgery, you will see the big lie about using Botox for migraine. And you will see how silly the idea of plastic surgery for migraine headaches.
Why silly? Because they think that the good results come from muscles removing while the truth is when they remove the muscles they remove with it the branches of extra cranial arteries that cause migraine headaches. Because of this they don’t have 100% very good results, while in my surgery I leave all muscles intact and I close the artery that cause migraine headaches and the results of my surgery 100% very good results.
So what you think silly or not?
I think they know and they cheat migraine patients.
Why they cheat?
Because they remove these muscle for years ago to plastic surgery reasons, so why only after my new migraine discovery that only extra cranial arteries causes all kinds of migraine headaches they noticed that migraine headaches become much better after removal of the head muscles. Even none medical person after my migraine discovery know that if we remove head muscles we will remove at the same time branches of extra cranial arteries so it's normal to have good results for migraine headaches.
They have to say the truth not to cheat about this reality.
Anyone can see how they cheat if he do my migraine pressure points test in time of migraine headaches.
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