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I forgot to post this earlier in the week… The Community Placement, the report about which I was busily writing during ‘My Week‘, has been marked. As everything, it’s marked in three ‘strands’, all of which have to be passed at satisfactory level or better across the year as a whole. My Community Placement marks in each of the strands were: the doctor as a professional, in which I got a Merit; how the doctor approaches practice, in which I obtained a Satisfactory grade; and what the doctor is able to do, in which I gained a Merit.
So overall, I was very pleased with that outcome.