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Not all medical schools offer graduate entry courses, so you need to ensure that you do your research. While all medical schools will ensure that you leave as a competent junior doctor, there are variations in size, location and course structure. You will be spending a minimum of four years at your chosen university, so it is important that it’s the right fit. For example, do you have a preference for a city-based medical school like Queen Mary’s London or a campus-based school such as Warwick?
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For most aspiring medical students, taking the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is the first step in their application. As the UKCAT is taken early on, you will already have the results when you choose which universities to apply for. This means that you are able to tailor your decision to your UKCAT score, and choose medical schools where you will have the best possible chance of being interviewed or receiving an offer—whether your score is high or not so high. Because different top universities place different emphases on the various elements of your application, a disappointing UKCAT score is by no means the end of the road, nor does a high score guarantee you an interview at all medical schools. Below, we tell you where to consider applying based on your UKCAT score.Read more
We’ve provided you with a ‘mini mock’ – a UKCAT practice test you can sit in 15 minutes, which gives you a chance to fit in some practice for the exam.