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SO you are YOU thinking of pursuing medicine as a career? If yes, the undergrad open day will surely give you a clear idea on what it takes to be doctor...It's not another boring seminar!!! The King Edward Medical University Open Day offers you an insight to undergrads medical life, a key on how to get into K.E.M.U after doing A levels or Fsc, Details of courses offered here, 1st hand stories of STEM alumini and people who have managed it here after a real strong competition, workshops like "so you think you give a diagnosis?" to give exposure to undergrads about life as a doctor...and some more fun stuff like videos and songs etc..

Here People Comes the Undergraduate Open Day I mentioned in my first ever article on MCAT. A chance for all the fsc and a-level people along with the matrci and o level ones, to get to know both sides of the picture of medicine and KEMU.
Its a chance for you to know what KEMLIFE holds for you. Trust me, being there and listening to all the doctors telling you about the life of a medical student and a kemcolian, makes you wish more desparately work with more zeal for acing the mcat :)
K.E.M.U isnt just all about books!!!there's more to it than just that:
When the dark times of the prof are over, there comes a time in KEMU when the escaped prisoners of prof rejoice! Yes, it is the time before summer vacation, when the extra-curricular activities reach at an all-time dangerously high !

Why join societies you say ?
The thing is that life at KEMU is tough! Everyone needs a creative outlet to keep them sane ! You explore the fun side of Uni-Life. Moreover, each one of this society will groom you to a multitude of new experiences which will help you later on in life.

Its also a chane for you to know what kemcolians think about and did in MCAT
Be there folks!

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Registration is on first come first serve basis.

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  1. it is awsome medical university


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