Rewarding. As a doctor you have the opportunity to witness your direct impact on people's lives and how the outcomes of decision you have taken have a significant difference to an individual's quality of life. Throughout your studies and further career you’ll meet a selection of people from different walks of life, some will be … Continue reading 7 Reasons why you should study Medicine
Check your emails and keep up to date. From the day you receive your offer your emails become your best friend, this is how the majority of information you’re given will be communicated. Get into the habit of checking your emails at least twice a day, in the morning before you leave your accommodation and […]
It seems like only yesterday I started my first year of Medical School, time literally flew. Despite the ups and downs and everything in between, I'm pleased to say that first year was everything I though it would be and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I learnt so much about myself as a person and also … Continue reading 10 Lessons from 1st Year of Medical School
The build to A-Level Results Day is a very stressful period and it is extremely important to be prepared. Preparation Research alternative courses and universities and list their details/ telephone numbers. Universities will list available courses before Results Day, so there’s no harm in doing some research beforehand. Know what subjects you’re looking for, and … Continue reading A-Level Results Day – Help!
"Experience is the teacher of all things" - Julius Caesar Work experience is an important part of your application when applying to Medical School, merely being a high academic achiever is not enough anymore. Medicine combines science with humanity, having a love for one and not the other makes it a very difficult career to … Continue reading Work Experience for Medical School – Options!