How many A-levels should I take for Medicine, which subjects should I choose and what grades do I need? Does this sound familiar? Fortunately, you are not required to read the minds of medical school Admissions Tutors. Medical schools will state on their website the required A-level grades, but not necessarily which subjects they should all be in and how many you should take. Here’s everything you need to know about the A-levels required to become a doctor.
This article is going to be a guide to all the basic information you will need to know as you apply, which we hope will make the whole process much easier for you.
The outcome that all aspiring medical students fear - you have applied for medicine, but you have not received an offer. As you well know, medicine is extremely competitive and, unfortunately, quite a few people will be in your shoes. But it's important to know that this doesn't mean you won't have a chance.
Welcome to our UK Medical School review series. In this series, we work with current students to produce an in-depth overview of each UK Medical School, covering what it is like to study there, how the course looks and what you need to get in.
In this article, a real University of Glasgow Medic explains all the general facts you need to know, history, faculties, admissions, and more to help you decide if this is the School to apply to.
Imperial College School of Medicine (ICSM) is the medical school of Imperial College London in England, and one of the United Hospitals. Read our complete review, with contributions from current students, to gain an insight into what Imperial is like.