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I’ve got my results from the January exams today. Unfortunately, a general mix-up with the exam papers means that a number of questions had to be taken off the paper, meaning that I only have results in the ‘What’ and ‘How’ strand. (The three strands, all of which must be passed, are ‘What the doctor is able to do’, ‘The doctor as a professional’, and ‘How the doctor approaches practice’)
I’m very pleased to say that I received ‘S’ in both strands – that’s ‘Satisfactory’, which means I passed! Hooray! So I’m very happy.