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Just got my interview today 04/12, Jesus
As per their usual standard I have three interviews - one on non-academics, one on general science and one on assessing 'suitability for keeping up with demand of pre-clinical studies.'
I was wondering what kind of preparation would come in useful. I take it as a given that I should fully know all my AS material, but what about A2 topics? And should I fully research all my interviewrs and familiarise myself with their areas of expertise or is that a waste of time? Also the scientific questions - will the questions be purely medical, or with a bit or biochem thrown in there - even physics or maths? And will those medical questions be based on completely unfamiliar things or (partially on) what work experience I've done - eg on my PS I've said how I've spent a week in cardiology, so would they show me an ECG or angiogram etc?
Sorry for the barrage of questions! xx
Hi, hopeful 2013 Cambridge medic here! Was wondering if you could share any information on what your med interview at Cambridge was like?
Hey congrats im a hopeful medic and having a bit of a crisis cant choose between physics and maths for a lveels also any interview tipps
Where I study
Emmanuel College, Cambridge University
- Academic Info
- GCSE: 9.5 A*s
Chemistry - A*
Biology - A*
English Literature - A*
Maths - A
General Studies - A*
BMAT: 5.7, 7, 4A
1st year medic at Emmanuel College, Cambridge
- Last Activity 06-03-2013
- Join Date 18-06-2011
Join Date 18-06-2011
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