How To Get Into Medical School Intensive Course

Advice & Insight From Medicine Application Specialists

The Intensive Course has been created by qualified doctors and interview admissions panelists from some of the top medical schools in the United Kingdom. Designed to provide Medicine applicants with that added edge, the course will address the six most important aspects of a successful Medicine application, providing students with accompanying resources for each section.

Key areas of focus:

1) Important considerations when selecting medical schools
2) Writing a Medicine personal statement
3) How to effectively and easily arrange work experience
4) Tutor references and predicted grades: Out of your control?
5) The Medicine interview; exclusive insight from university medicine interview panel members

The course will be conducted by our team of experienced Medicine Application Specialists:

  • Current doctors who have previously studied at one of the prestigious ‘Top 10 Medical Schools in the World’.
  • Achieved between two and four UCAS Medicine offers.
  • International UCAS Medicine Application experience.
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Personal Statement

Whilst We Can’t Write Your Personal Statement For You, Our Specialists Will Help You Draft, Tailor & Optimise Your Personal Statement.

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Application Packages

UCAT, BMAT, Personal Statement & Interview Specialist Support with Preferential Rates & Availability

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Interview Preparation

20+ Interview Stations & Expert Feedback. The Leading MMI Interview Preparation Course, Taught By  Interviewers & Interview Specialists.

How To Get Into Medical School Intensive Course​

Overview: How to get into Medical School Intensive Course
Location: Available in schools throughout the UK
Price: £600/School (Unlimited Students)
Duration: 120 Minutes

Course Feedback

‘Very useful. I feel more confident in writing a good personal statement and what to expect in an interview.’
Helen Kabir

‘I found it really useful because it opened up parts of the application process which are difficult to find information about, and I also learnt about things which I had not covered.’
Navjeet Kaura

‘Much more informative compared to other lectures about applying. Appreciate the small group to really focus personally.’
Francesca Farlie

‘I thought this course was really useful. Gave me lots of tips and hints on what I should be doing in preparation for the Medicine applications. The tips on the interviews was extremely useful as I hadn’t been told most of this information before.’
Agana Gnanauruparan

‘Very useful. A lot of tips I had never considered previously and great practice of ethical questions’
Anonymous Student

‘Very useful! I learnt things which most other courses wouldn’t mention eg. which questions are the most important at the interview, guidance about work experience etc.’
Amani Shamas

‘Very useful, engaging and interesting. Many tips which are really helpful for the application and interview.’
Natalie Savage

‘Very useful, informative and insightful especially the interaction with the interview section.’
Saira Rashid

‘Extremely useful, very clear and helpful!’
Shireen Brookes

‘The course was helpful in understanding the key areas that help make a great application, by putting as much effort in every section’
Felicia, Ursuline Sixth Form

‘I found it very useful as I learnt many tips for personal statements and interviews.’
Sarah Choudhury

‘Very useful! Good tips for getting into Medicine, covered key areas many of which were not covered on other courses.’
Student, Woodford County High School

‘Information very clear and in depth detail on applying to Medicine’
Fiona Pereira

‘It was one of the most useful Medical talks I have been to as it went into depth about the different aspects of a Medical application’
Olivia Hargave

‘The information was clear and well presented, and was very useful. The course was especially helpful for advice on work experience.’
Student, Invicta Grammar School

‘Very useful. I’m actually going to study Vet Med, but came along because a lot of the process is similar – it made me think a lot about the interview process especially.’
Salimatu Deen

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