Another key factor in choosing a Medical School is understanding their entry requirements. While academic requirements are consistently high across the board, there are some nuances in how universities view them. Integrated Courses combine classroom and clinical environments from the start, and you’re taught by topic rather than by discipline. In these courses, you’ll find that the teaching is either problem-based, case-based or enquiry-based, or perhaps a mix.
Those who are successful will excel in their first year at university and will get involved in as much work experience and other voluntary work as is possible. For example, you could be asked to tell the interviewer how to unwrap a box or pour a bottle of water into a cup and you’ll be expected to give precise instructions which can’t be misinterpreted. E.g. if you tell them to lift up a flap on a box to open up, they might … Read More