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UCAT Final Scores

11th October 2019

It’s official – the UCAT 2019 final scores are out! So how did you fare and what does this mean for your application? As predicted, the final scores have dropped slightly from the interim scores. In fact, they’ve fallen by 2.3%, bringing them closely in line with last year’s score: As has always been the…

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Medical School Insight: Life at King’s College London

10th October 2019

King’s College London is universally renowned for its academic excellence. Home to some of the oldest teaching hospitals in the country, KCL has an incredibly diverse student body. We spoke to current KCL medical student, Afra, about what life is really like studying medicine at King’s. Read on to find out! Why did you choose…

Three Key Medical News Stories: 10th October 2019

Welcome to this week’s medical news round-up! In our latest edition, we bring you the healthcare topics that have been under the microscope over the past week. Joining us this week: HIV, mental health and surgery. HIV Fifteen people test HIV positive whilst waiting for preventative medication. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a tablet taken daily…

How do the new Medical Schools use the UCAT? 2020 Entry

9th October 2019

Please note that this blog is just a guideline and we recommend conducting your own research and contacting the universities themselves before making any significant application decisions. Over the last few years, several new medical schools have opened as part of the government’s initiative to increase the number of medical school places. As these medical…

How do Medical Schools Use the SJT for 2020 Entry?

Please note that this blog is just a guideline and we recommend conducting your own research and contacting the universities themselves before making any significant application decisions. Over the last few years, the SJT has become an increasingly important part of the medical school application process. Although it is generally not as important as your…

Where to Apply with an Excellent UCAT Score (2020 entry)

Please note that this blog is just a guideline and we recommend conducting your own research and contacting the universities themselves before making any significant application decisions. Scored over 680 in your UCAT and unsure where to apply? This blog explores your medical school options if you have an excellent UCAT score! Excellent UCAT score…

Where to Apply with a Good UCAT Score – Part Three (2020 entry)

Please note that this blog is just a guideline and we recommend conducting your own research and contacting the universities themselves before making any significant application decisions. Scored between 650-680 on your UCAT and unsure where to apply? In the third part of our Where to Apply with a 650 – 680 UCAT Score blogs, we look…

Where to Apply with a Good UCAT Score – Part Two (2020 entry)

Please note that this blog is just a guideline and we recommend conducting your own research and contacting the universities themselves before making any significant application decisions. Scored between 650-680 on your UCAT and unsure where to apply? In the second part of our Where to Apply with a 650 – 680 UCAT Score blogs, we look…

Where to Apply with a Good UCAT Score – Part One (2020 Entry)

8th October 2019

Please note that this blog is just a guideline and we recommend conducting your own research and contacting the universities themselves before making any significant application decisions. Scored between 650-680 on your UCAT and unsure where to apply? One very common question I’m asked as a UCAT tutor is what most medical schools look for in a UCAT…

Three Key Medical News Stories: 3rd October 2019

3rd October 2019

Welcome to this week’s medical news round up! In our latest edition, we bring you the healthcare topics that have been under the microscope over the past week, just in time for your med school applications.  Joining us this week: vaccinations, prostate cancer and superbugs Want weekly news delivered straight to your inbox? Sign up…

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