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    (Original post by fingbing)
    Congrats! I assume you're in year 13!! When was your interview.
    So amazing though you're interview must have gone really well!
    Yeah in Yr 13, had my interview on the 6th February and my UCAS Track came at 17.20 today (24th Feb). I'm not really sure, is this normal to get an offer now? It went well, I really enjoyed the whole thing and there wasn't anything noticeably bad but some parts I considered average. Any thoughts or clarifications?
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    is the nottingham course taught via traditional methods? or is there a mix with PBL or another form of teaching??
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    (Original post by Medlad101)
    is the nottingham course taught via traditional methods? or is there a mix with PBL or another form of teaching??
    This is what it says in the FAQ on their website:

    Is the A100 a problem based learning course?
    No, for the pre-clinical years (years 1 – 2.5) the teaching components are systems-based. The core components are taught through lectures, full-body dissection classes, and seminar group teaching.
    Alongside the above, students receive early clinical experience from the first year, with visits to hospitals and GP practices


    I think most people would refer to this as "integrated" rather than either traditional or PBL, but I don't think the label put on it is really that important.
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    (Original post by Medlad101)
    is the nottingham course taught via traditional methods? or is there a mix with PBL or another form of teaching??
    the so-called seminar group teaching can be reffered to as PBL for 1 module. It actaully is PBL but since its only like 3-4 sessions (including one for presentation) its not really a big deal.
    However, we do have SEPARATE seminars too for other modules
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    Just had my interview at Nottingham does anyone know when the last intrview date is this year?
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    (Original post by danni97)
    Just had my interview at Nottingham does anyone know when the last intrview date is this year?
    Think it's the 1st of April, but they plan on making a few offers before this date (although most will be made in April)
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    (Original post by CLMartin)
    Think it's the 1st of April, but they plan on making a few offers before this date (although most will be made in April)
    Thanks a lot
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    Anyone know what dates offers were given last year? 😊


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    (Original post by Nottie)
    you should have a working knowledge of NHS, how it works etc. I wouldnt go into too many details though. Oh, and be sure you know what happens to you when you graduate from med school. Like, the whole process until you are finally a senior doctor
    When you say working knowledge of the NHS what do you mean.

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    it was nice to meet everyone this afternoon!
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    (Original post by crazya96)
    When you say working knowledge of the NHS what do you mean.

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    basic knowledge of the structure of the NHS
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    (Original post by User:26758)
    Anyone know what dates offers were given last year? 😊


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    They were given out every Monday of April with 2 Monday's of early offers.

    (Original post by crazya96)
    When you say working knowledge of the NHS what do you mean.

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    Just know how it works and what it does. Know that it's public. And I think it could be worth knowing about the current GPs situation.
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    (Original post by User:26758)
    Anyone know what dates offers were given last year? ������


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    You can see a selection of offer dates on last year's stalking page..... but perhaps more relevant is what it says in the emails Nottingham sent to people post interview. Extract as follows:

    "Thank you for coming to your interview for Medicine at the University of Nottingham on Tuesday 6th January. A few offers may be made in early March with the remainder being made in the first week of April"

    This arrived about three weeks after the interview date.
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    (Original post by Nottie)
    They were given out every Monday of April with 2 Monday's of early offers.
    Could it be wrong that I've received an offer when I have then?
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    (Original post by TomKC)
    Could it be wrong that I've received an offer when I have then?
    If you have got an offer from Nottingham then how can it be wrong in any way?


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    (Original post by notthatquiet)
    If you have got an offer from Nottingham then how can it be wrong in any way?


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    exactly...if the offer says A100 course it cant be wrong... Anyone else got an offer for medicine ?
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    Are offers based on interview performance alone?
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    (Original post by An4w42)
    Are offers based on interview performance alone?
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    Is Tom Kc is the only lucky one so far ?
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