This is a guest post written by Diana, an intercalating medical student at UCL.
So you want to be a doctor? Today we will be breaking down the exams that final year medical students take. Although it may seem like a long way away it is important to know about these exams, as without them you can’t practice medicine in the UK. But don’t worry today we will break down these exams and help you understand what they are and why medical students take them.
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The Easter holidays are always a marker of exams looming over us. Whatever stage you are at, these upcoming exams are important and these two weeks are the only break you’ll get to sort your workload out.
It’s time forget about your med school application, put away any distractions and get ready to make the most out of this time you’ve got. Here are five things you should be doing this Easter to get those grades…
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Here are my 1 page summaries for the year 2 content in A-level Biology! Hope you find them helpful!
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I’ve been meaning to do this for so long and kept putting it off…but finally, here they are: my A-level Biology 1-page summary notes for the year 1 content!
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One of the things I always wondered when I was applying for Medicine is what a typical timetable would look like. It’s a simple enough question, but one for which the answers I found were never quite sufficient. They tended to be too vague or just simply not easily presented. So I thought I’d create my own version of this that hopefully many of you will found useful or even just enjoy reading…
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