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    It's about the same ratio of Dundee
    OK, thanks mate appreciate it!
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    (Original post by thelionsroar_)
    Interview for the 16th February! anyone else?
    Well done! Mine is this date too 😊
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    (Original post by Docjones1)
    Who else had interview today?
    I had mine yesterday too, what time did you have yours?
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    (Original post by Docjones1)
    2:52. I was the awkward spotty guy with glasses XD
    Lol seriously, 2;52 ? what a ridiculously specific time man
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    That's exactly what the person operating it said haha. Why not just make it 3???
    I know LOL its extremely strange I know other people have been given very specific appointments too, I really wonder what the admissions people are on LOL
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    Have all the interviews been sent out?
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    Have all the interviews been sent out?
    I think they will still have quite a few to send out! They interview throughout March, and I don't know of anyone with a March interview yet
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    I think they will still have quite a few to send out! They interview throughout March, and I don't know of anyone with a March interview yet
    I hope that's the case!!
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    I think they will still have quite a few to send out! They interview throughout March, and I don't know of anyone with a March interview yet
    I have a March interview lol
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    I hope that's the case!!
    At least we haven't been rejected yet...so maybe they are just slow
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    Honestly, if I get rejected from St Andrews, I will be destroyed since it is my first choice tied with UCL, and I've already been rejected from Leeds and Nottingham.
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    Honestly, if I get rejected from St Andrews, I will be destroyed since it is my first choice tied with UCL, and I've already been rejected from Leeds and Nottingham.
    Pre or post interview?
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    Pre or post interview?
    Pre interview, so I guess that means I can reapply next year.
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    (Original post by madmed16)
    I have 5A's + 3A's and 2850 band 2... I haven't heard anything from them. I thought my PS was very strong...
    Are you by any chance a gap year student ??
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    Are you by any chance a gap year student ??
    Yeah haha!
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    Yeah haha!
    Do you by anychance have any advice to give to someone like myself that will probably have to take a gap year
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    Do you by anychance have any advice to give to someone like myself that will probably have to take a gap year
    Yeah, I can try to give you some!

    I guess the first thing is the UKCAT. If someone says you can't study for the UKCAT or get better, that's rubbish! I got 2380 last year, and studied a lot harder this year, and boosted my score up! As did another girl I met at interview! You can definitely improve a lot after a year!

    If you're taking a gap year, I would say do something that is going to develop a lot of skills and something that's medically related (if possible)! I know quite a few people that have went abroad for their gap year, but I stayed in Scotland and now I work in the new children's hospital in Glasgow as an events organiser. It's definitely the best thing I've ever done! It's actually really fun, and it's like a year long work experience placement haha! Quite a few people become healthcare assistants or work in care homes! There's so many things you can do I guess. I would just make sure you do something you enjoy!

    I hope this helps in some way! Sorry if it doesn't!!
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    Yeah, I can try to give you some!

    I guess the first thing is the UKCAT. If someone says you can't study for the UKCAT or get better, that's rubbish! I got 2380 last year, and studied a lot harder this year, and boosted my score up! As did another girl I met at interview! You can definitely improve a lot after a year!

    If you're taking a gap year, I would say do something that is going to develop a lot of skills and something that's medically related (if possible)! I know quite a few people that have went abroad for their gap year, but I stayed in Scotland and now I work in the new children's hospital in Glasgow as an events organiser. It's definitely the best thing I've ever done! It's actually really fun, and it's like a year long work experience placement haha! Quite a few people become healthcare assistants or work in care homes! There's so many things you can do I guess. I would just make sure you do something you enjoy!

    I hope this helps in some way! Sorry if it doesn't!!
    I'm surprised they let someone so young be an events organiser but congrat that 's awesome! Im assuming its paid, or do they not pay you?
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    I'm surprised they let someone so young be an events organiser but congrat that 's awesome! Im assuming its paid, or do they not pay you?
    Haha, I work for Yorkhill Children's Charity rather than the NHS! I probably wouldn't get a job in NHS events because of my age! Thanks haha! Yeah, it's paid!
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    Does anyone know if the course at st andrews is traditional or PBL??
 
 
 
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