Rawan M

Rawan M

Location UK


  • Hello everyone,
    I would like to know whether I can still apply if my course will start in September 2018?

  • Thank you Riyaz!
    I will go through it inshallah.

  • Thank you very much John & Michel. Now I develpoed an understanding of who a chaplain is.
    I didn't know about them before.

  • Thanks for the video.
    Unfortunately, I am still not sure who is a chaplain and what is their job?
    Maybe because I don't know the precise translation of the word, or that there is no such a job where I come from!
    What generally do Muslim chaplains do?

  • Interesting point! People unconsciously contribute some practises to Islam when they see Muslims doing them; even though it might be part of their culture and has nothing to do with their religion.
    So it is very important to differentiate the culture & traditions from the religion.

  • I think it depends on the people themselves; What I mean is that we can't judge that all Muslims will have the same reaction toward this!
    Exactly as if a non-Muslim person converted to Islam, some families accept and respect it, and they go on as if nothing has changed; while others would get mad and stop talking to their son/daughter.

  • Ibn Sīnā (Avicenna) who wrote The Canon of Medicine.
    The Canon of Medicine was translated into Latin in the 12th century, and in its Latin version, it functioned as the standard medical work in medieval Western universities for four centuries, becoming the most successful textbook ever written.


  • Rawan M made a comment

    It is interesting how I already know 'Wudu'; but still this video added something to my ritual concept of it!

  • Rawan M made a comment

    I am so glad to see that many people are participating in this course and asking their questions instead of having preconceptions and stereotyping!
    Thank you for giving the opportunity for people to know more about Islam from a neutral point of view :) .

  • It is really amazing that you are interacting and reading our comments!
    Thank you very much for giving us such useful advice!
    Especially that we shouldn't use personal expressions in the first task (I always use "we can see") now I know that I should use (it can be seen, the graph illustrates...)
    Concerning the second task, it's valuable to advice us to...

  • Rawan M made a comment

    Interesting introduction!
    Loved the idea of lead time bias! That it is not about detecting the cancer early.
    Obviously the pt won't gain anything if they knew they have cancer but worries!
    It has to be accompanied with the treatment :)

  • Thank you very much for providing valuable information in such a simple and clear way!

  • Rawan M made a comment

    I believe cancer will have one cure one day!
    I think it's about finding a way that the medication will be able to tell which cells have cancer and which don't so it will destroy only those which have cancer!

  • Much appreciated. :)

  • Thank you very much! It was incredibly helpful!
    There is just one thing that I didn't get right: We agreed that the gene needs 2 hits to develop a mutation. Then what are the cases that 6 hits would develop a mutation?
    Thanks again :)

  • The most difficult thing for me is to read the passage quickly.. Since English is not my mother language I find it hard to skim and scan :')

  • I suggest that students should talk in English (only in English) for at least 3 days before the exam so they don't hesitate when they take the speaking test.

  • Her pronounciation is really good. However, Mitasu used (and then..) so many times. Plus the answer wasn't completely relevant and was hard to follow!

  • In my opinion, she did pretty well. Her speech was understandable and coherent. She didn't make many mistakes.
    I think the conversation would be improved if Misato used more lexical resources and didn't repeat some words as (quite)

    があんばってみたそ :) ♡

  • I think the most important thing is to be understandable ( pronounce words correctly, link sentences in a good way and of course use correct and proper grammar and tenses)

  • The graph illustrates the amount in grams of potatoes, pasta, and rice consumed in a European country from 1976 to 2006.
    Firstly, concerning potato it can be noticed from the graph that its consumption decreased in general during that period. The figure started at just over 400 gram per person per week in 1976, then ended up and just over 100 grams in...

  • Practice makes perfect!

  • The chart indicates the number of both men and women who were studying part time and full time in the UK during the three different time periods.
    It can be referred that in 1970/71 period the male students were considerably more than the female students in both full and part time studying.
    We can see that through the three periods the female students were...