So after weeks of @mothgirl and I keeping quiet about something very exciting we've been working on, we can finally announce that SMNET will be hosting a question and answer session with some current working midwifery admissions tutors!!
This is a main site event that will take place on Thursday 4th September 2014 at 19.30. Here is your opportunity to ask all those burning questions that you have always wanted to know about the admissions process!
You can either be there on the night and ask your questions directly, or if you are not available, post your questions in this thread here and I will ask them for you.
We can't wait to see as many of you as possible on the night, full of questions!!
Equally, if you work for a university and would like to be added to the line up of fabulous guests, send me (@Akua ) a private message to discuss this further.
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The RCM Student Midwives' Conference is the one of the largest gatherings of student midwives in the country. And thanks to our sponsors at the Royal College of Midwives, we had TWO tickets up for grabs - exclusively for SMNET members!
The conference is on the 11th and 12th of November at the International Centre in Telford.
In order to have won a ticket, we asked you:- Tell us in 50 words or less how you as a student midwife are working towards providing better birth experiences for women.
It is now my pleasure to announce the winners of the competition! It was very close, and it has taken the independent judging panel some time to decide!
Firstly, @4specialstars has won herself a place for her excellent answer:
September is fast approaching which only means on thing – UCAS will soon be open and the excitement (stress) of constructing your personal statement will start, if it hasn’t already!
Attached to your application will be your personal statement, one of the most important documents you will ever write prior starting university. It’s this statement that will determine if you are or are not invited to testing/interview – providing you meet or are working towards the academic (and experience) requirements of your chosen universities. Your personal statement needs to be your perfect statement. Our team of trained, personal statement consultants can provide you with feedback, which will allow you to construct your strongest personal statement. They do not write your personal statement for you, but provide constructive and individualised feedback on areas of improvement.
As many of you know, SMNET does not allow the sharing of personal statements, mainly because until your application is...
Well done to all the entrants of this month’s Organ Transplant and Donation Quiz!
So here are the winners........................................
In 1st place is @MrsT with a massive 16 points, with the exact same score @Nanny Plum makes it a tie at the top!!!!
Well done to both ladies who each win a £50 ebook voucher, please send your details to Nanny Plum to sort out your prize
Thank you to everyone who entered the quiz and took part on the night!
A big thank you to our wonderful quiz sponsor Elsevier (And if you weren't a winner this time you can still get 20% off by clicking the link through SMNET!)
Please remember not to google your answers or use textbooks. We deduct marks if you do!