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Just a small introduction to myself. I am 2nd year podiatry student in the U.K. I am enjoying the course though I must admit I find it very challenging. The volume of work in the time that it has to be done is very difficult, probably doesn't help being a maturish student and having plenty of responsabilities at home.. I suppose it's the same for most students you just have to keep going...Anyway, look foward to chatting to you all..
Thank you very much for the warm welcome.. yes, it is a good and fun way of learning. I love the podiatry community spirit here, where everyone helps each other, it makes it seem less daunting to think about working independantly after being qualified..
Hi Quirky Foot...Interesting name, I like it!.. .Thanks you for the welcome and the goodluck message, I definately will be needing that, it's 5 weeks before the exams and it's all go, can't wait to finish for the summer...