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Month: August 2017

Our blogs are written by medical experts in their field, to provide insight into the medical application process and life as a doctor.

August 19, 2017

Work Experience – St John Ambulance

by Verity Hawley

Verity Hawley is a fifth year medical student at The University of Leeds. She writes about joining her local St John Ambulance unit.

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August 18, 2017

Work Experience – Clinical Experience

by Verity Hawley

Verity Hawley is a fifth year medical student at The University of Leeds. She writes about perhaps the most important and sought after experience, a clinical placement.

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August 9, 2017

I didn’t get the Grades for Medical School. What next?

by Dr Emma Brierley

Dr Emma Brierley looks at the ways in which you can respond if you don’t get your predicted grades, and what you can do to better your chances of getting into medical school.

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August 3, 2017

Applying to Medical School with a Disability

by Dukes Medical Applications

In this blog, we will examine at how Medical Schools endeavour to accommodate students who have a disability, and what you should do as an applicant who has a disability.

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