2) Let's just say that all that is a bit hard to swallow, unless British med schools are radically different in the manner in which they educate students. The professors I knew would be horrified at the thought of a first day med student anyway near a living patient.
3) Maybe your learning still is different, although linguistics at a young age may not be the best example, as recent studies seem to indicate that the brains in very young children have a natural aptitude for learning languages.
Breaking WEP is hardly any great shakes using BackTrack. In fact, it's remarkably simple.
Sorry, but I make it a habit never to spoon-feed answers. In my experience, the student learns nothing that way except perhaps how to get others to do his work. Buy the standard textbooks for pen testing and wireless, read those, and learn. (Ask nice though, and I might autograph any of mine for you. And to anticipate a possible question, yes, that is hubris. )
Stop the TSA now! Boycott the airlines.
Is this jumping on the Idiot Corner Bus or what?