We work very hard to make our course the best on the market and pull out all the stops to keep it that way – but there are some general things you can do too to get even more out of it.

Many students comment on the intensity of the course, and we think that’s a good thing – there’s a lot of high-yield information to get through. In light of this, do arm yourself with a good night’s sleep and make sure you don’t skip breakfast. Also, don’t come on the course if you’re not going to take it seriously and give it your absolute focus. We do sometimes get students, although not very often, that clearly look and act like they don’t want to be there from the very beginning, or are just disruptive and can’t stop talking to the friend they brought along.

Importantly, we encourage you let go of any inhibitions and get stuck in – the course is very interactive and all our tutors are super friendly, so don’t be afraid to admit you don’t understand or ask questions. This may be your best chance to bring up any issues you may have and to straighten out any doubts! We’re also more than happy to talk to you about anything medicine-related, including your university applications and ideas for your personal statement.

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