12 August

Graduate Entry Medicine: Tips from a Tutor

Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is often seen as an overwhelming and challenging prospect, the super competitive elder brother to undergraduate medicine, a true challenge in terms of application. There are statistics to back up this mindset and if anyone went …

06 August

How I Achieved 4A*s At A-Level

A-Levels are rough. Taking place when university applications and the consequences of missing your offer loom overhead one can’t help but feel the pressure to perform well. In this article we will discuss the tips and tricks to getting A*s …

31 July

How to Answer the Age-Old Question: Why Medicine?

The age-old question of ‘Why medicine?’ is one that every medical school applicant cannot escape. When writing your personal statement, your introductory paragraph must explain to the reader why you chose to apply to medicine. Furthermore, once you have progressed …

26 June

Which Universities Accept Average UCAT Scores?

The UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test) is used by many universities across the UK, for medical programs (Undergraduate, Graduate, and Foundation programs), as well as dentistry programs. The UCAT covers 5 sections (VR, AR, QR, DM, and SJT), where VR, …

29 May

Where to Apply With a High UCAT Score?

The UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test) is used by many universities across the UK for medical programs (Undergraduate, Graduate, and Foundation programs) and dentistry programs. The UCAT covers 5 sections (Verbal Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Decision Making, and Situational …