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Application Advice can cover anything you need to know. Here are some popular topics. If you don't see yours here, don't worry. Get in touch and we will still be happy to help!
This is your opportunity to learn about the Medicine application process and how to navigate it.
Sessions often cover choosing the right universities and understanding specific application processes.
Applying to the UK from overseas? Or considering European options? We can provide specialist help.
Are you applying for Graduate Entry Medicine? We can help you to tailor your application.
Things don't always go to plan. But it's not the end of the road. We can help with Clearing and reapplying.
We are officially partnered with the Royal Society of Medicine. Our advice is trusted by hundreds of schools.
Choosing the right universities is vital – for your chances of getting in and your long-term prospects of success. We can match you with the best options, based on your specific circumstances.
Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is increasingly popular. And the process is totally unique. We can guide you through the options – and what each institution is looking for in GEM candidates.
A huge number of international students flock to the UK to study Medicine at world-leading institutions like Imperial, UCL, Oxbridge, and many more. We can help you beat tough application odds. We also advise UK students on international study.
Reapplying and Clearing
Plenty of applicants don’t get into Medicine the first time. We’ve been grateful to have the chance to help many of them get an offer at the second attempt – or find an alternative pathway that suits them.
Medicine Entry Specialists
We’re leading medical entry specialists, partnered with the Royal Society of Medicine. All of our Tutors undergo a rigorous training process, designed by academic lead and practising Doctor, Dr Christopher Nordstrom.
Application Advice + Personal Statement Review
Our UCAS Application Packages combine Application Advice Tutoring with a Personal Statement Review. You can save 15% on everything. You’ll also get one-year of free access to TMP MedSoc. There are two packages to choose from.
Making a Booking
You can book from 1 to 15 hours of Application Advice tuition. After booking, a Tutoring Coordinator will be in touch. Sessions will be organised to suit you. If you book 15 hours, for example, these can be delivered in 2-hour increments. Sessions can be delivered online, anywhere in the world.
Want to speak to someone about our Application Advice Tutoring? We’re happy to discuss your individual circumstances and how we can help. Drop your details in the form, and one of our expert team will get in touch to talk about your tutoring requirements.
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Got questions about our General Advice Tutoring?
Got questions about our General Advice Tutoring? Here are some common queries answered.
Who does your tutoring?
Our tutoring is conducted by doctors and doctor-trained medical students.
How do you choose your tutors?
Because we are so well known, we get lots of applicants. We only choose the best – and they must all completed a rigorous training process.
Can I get a discount on tutoring?
Yes! You can unlock discounts when booking 5, 8 or 15 hour blocks.
How will my sessions get arranged?
After booking, you will be sent a short form. Once this is submitted, you’ll be contacted by our Tutoring Coordinator to finalise your sessions at a time to suit you.
Can my sessions be done any time?
Of course. We will do our best to find session times to suit you.
Can I use my hours across multiple sessions?
You can. We suggest blocks of at least 2 hours. If you book quite a few hours, these can be delivered over a number of sessions.
Do I get to pick my tutor?
Our dedicated tutoring coordinator will match you to the best tutor for you. If you’ve already had sessions and want to keep the same tutor, that’s no problem at all.
How many hours of tutoring do I need?
It depends on what you’re looking to achieve. Many candidates have more than 15 or more hours to prepare for the exam thoroughly. To work on a small, specific problem, fewer hours can work well. However, we recommend a minimum of 2 hours per session.
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