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Great! The UK needs more doctors and it’s important they come from a variety of backgrounds to compliment the diversity of the population.
We’ve created a batch of new resources with the aim to provide guidance, answer common questions and cover what life's really like as a doctor.
We also want to hear about your trip along the way. We need bloggers – mature, graduate, school leaver — to take us along on the application journey.
If you are applying for medical school this year to begin studying in 2016 and are interested in putting pen to paper, get in touch!
Leave your details in the comment section below:
Hi, I'm a graduate looking to apply to medical school for 2016 entry. Would love to start blogging about the journey! My email is [email protected]
Hi, I'm an A-level student applying for under-grad 2016 entry, and would happily share my experience of the application process!
Hi, I'm an A Level student applying for 2016 entry and would be interested in writing about it. Thanks!
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Hi I am an a level student looking to apply to study medicine this year. I would not mind writing about it depending on how it goes.
Hi I am an A-level student and blogger! I would love to write a post about applying to medical school this year, my email is [email protected] and my blog is diary-of-an-overthinker.blogspot.co.uk :)
Hi there. I am a first year medical student starting in September. Having recently been through the application process, I have a lot of information and opinions I'd like to share through a blog.
Contact email is [email protected]
Thanks m.ahmed92 — this would be most helpful. My colleague Rosie will be in touch in a week's time when she's back from leave. Any questions in the meantime, please feel free to email me at [email protected] - kind regards, Kelly
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