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1st Year at Southampton

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by SimYardley, Jul 25, 2006.

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  1. SimYardley

    SimYardley Guest


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    Anyone else starting their degree in Oct 06?

    I've got a copy of Neale's 6th Edition (yep, missed out on the 7th), a foot model and some brand new pencils so I'm all set!! ;)

    Really great website, can't wait to start my course and have something useful to contribute and/or ask. Ok, that might take a while....

    Cheers for now,

    Sim.
     
  2. Nads

    Nads Member

    good luck to you Sim. I am at the end of my degree amd should graduate in Sept. Am looking forward to using the knowledge obtained and gaining new knowledge.
     
  3. SimYardley

    SimYardley Guest

    Thanks Nads! I've been told that it's a small world in podiatry, so hope to see you around in three years time!!

    Best of luck with your results and new career.
     
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