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Hello new podiatrist! Introducing myself

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by CeliaSR, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. CeliaSR

    CeliaSR Welcome New Poster


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    Hello podiatrists! I'm glad to be here! I know that I'm going to learn a lot about the degree that I'm studying and I'm going to try to stay more time visiting this web page.

    I'm 20 years and I'm studying my third year at The University of Malaga. I didn't want to study podiatry since I started thinking about what I would like to do in a future (I wanted to study for beeing a doctor) but the destiny (and my marks on A level exams) wanted that I studied podiatry, and now I'm very happy with my choice. Anyway, I'm still thinking in beeing a doctor, so I don't know what am I going to do in a future... because I'd like to do lots of things!

    I'd like to improve my english as well! So I think that reading more a more articles I would get my aims.

    Ok! Thats all! Let's go!
     
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