lupi’n (en ärtväxt): av lat. lupi’nus med
NUS med gk masuk , apalagi NTU-imperial
While everyone's excited about the opening of the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and its architectural buffs are instead consumed by the building as a shining example of green design and environmentally conscious construction.
NTU-imperial itu kursinya cuma 50 orang , nus med itu 250 orang
According to , the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School was established in 2005 as a strategic partnership between Duke University and the National University of Singapore, and has embarked on research to tackle current health problems, such as cancer, dengue and Influenza A (H1N1) virus. The inaugural class of medical professionals will graduate in 2011.
The beginnings of the Duke-NUS medical school can be traced to 2000, when Singapore launched an ambitious Biomedical Sciences Initiative designed to make the country the biomedical hub of Asia, and to attract both research and health sector manufacturing capabilities to Singapore.Hello I am currently in secondary school and am aiming for NUS medicine after I graduate from jc. I was looking through the eligibility criteria on the NUS website and found out that I do have to take Chemistry and either Physics or Bio in jc.
I am taking chem and physics in now, but I am having second thoughts about taking H2 physics in jc. If I do end up taking a H1 science subject, which would be either physics or bio, would that affect my chances of getting shortlisted into NUS even if I may get an A for it?
And thank you very much for your post!Hi, Thanks for the post. It was certainly informative.
However, currently I am in a dilemma. I sat for my a-levels in 2008 as a sch candidate. My grades were not good enough to even be shortlisted for NUS medicine. Currently, I am serving NS. After 2 failed attempts at retaking a-levels as a pte candidate in 2009/10 (as i am in a stay-in camp) , I have decided to resit for A-levels (GP,M,C,B,H2 TL) next year after I ORD from NS. Foreign med uni is out of option due to financial constraints. I have a few qns pertaining to NUS medicine: