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    Hey, could you describe what the timetable looks like for a typical week?
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    What would you say are the pros and cons of going to Kings?
    That's a bit of a difficult question if you ask me haha I really enjoy studying here at King's so I don't really have any complaints as such? May be something about admin but everything else is fantastic
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    (Original post by yoyo.sat)
    I'm sorry if this has already been asked, but what important medical research is kings doing at the moment?
    I'm not entirely sure yet, I think it's difficult for me to say having only spent a term at King's but I think the asthma research is quite big here
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    Hey, could you describe what the timetable looks like for a typical week?
    Difficult to say really because our timetable differs from week to week. We generally have around 3-4 lectures a day plus problem solving or clinical workshops, tutorials and clinical visits.

    Hope this helps
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    Okay thanks
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    I think I have to change my interview date as something clashes but I am unsure if the other dates would be any better. What dates have people got coming up for interview, a100. Appreciate your help
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    I think I have to change my interview date as something clashes but I am unsure if the other dates would be any better. What dates have people got coming up for interview, a100. Appreciate your help
    i'm applying for medicine with foundation year but I've got my interview on the 12th of feb
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    Is there prossection or dissection at kings?
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    (Original post by Medical-al)
    Difficult to say really because our timetable differs from week to week. We generally have around 3-4 lectures a day plus problem solving or clinical workshops, tutorials and clinical visits.

    Hope this helps
    Hi, say if there's a particular topic/concept that you are struggling with, apart from asking other students - do you have a specific point of contact ie: a tutor, assigned to you? -that you can just visit/email?


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    Hi, say if there's a particular topic/concept that you are struggling with, apart from asking other students - do you have a specific point of contact ie: a tutor, assigned to you? -that you can just visit/email?


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    Everyone is assigned a personal tutor yes, whom you can discuss anything with. They're also happy to see you in person whenever you arrange a meeting. You have compulsory meetings with them too throughout the year.

    As well as this, the online website that you access to see your emails, lecture recordings, timetables etc called the Virtual Campus, has an FAQ section. In this section you can go to a particular lecture, leave a question, and it is answered to you by the lecturer who gave that exact lecture.
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    (Original post by yoyo.sat)
    Is there prossection or dissection at kings?
    We have both, but more dissections (from my experience so far)
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    Oh cool thanks
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    (Original post by MrDystopia)
    Everyone is assigned a personal tutor yes, whom you can discuss anything with. They're also happy to see you in person whenever you arrange a meeting. You have compulsory meetings with them too throughout the year.

    As well as this, the online website that you access to see your emails, lecture recordings, timetables etc called the Virtual Campus, has an FAQ section. In this section you can go to a particular lecture, leave a question, and it is answered to you by the lecturer who gave that exact lecture.
    That's great -thank you!


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    when attaching your passport, what section/ category did you put it under on Kings Apply thanks
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    (Original post by 0shas0)
    when attaching your passport, what section/ category did you put it under on Kings Apply thanks
    go a few pages back youll find the answer i forgot which category i chose
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    i think it only takes about GCSE certificates :/
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    go a few pages back youll find the answer i forgot which category i chose
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    i think it only takes about GCSE certificates :/
    No im pretty sure u can add your a level ones aswell i think the category is high school something like that
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    I had my interview on the 16th of December, and have not heard anything from King's. Is anyone in the same position? Have any offers been given out?
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    (Original post by GrandMasti)
    I had my interview on the 16th of December, and have not heard anything from King's. Is anyone in the same position? Have any offers been given out?
    Same here, had my interview on the 14th and haven't heard back from them yet. Two people on here got offers a couple of Friday's ago
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    For those who had their interview, it says on the interview information document that the interview is 40 minutes but the whole process is 1 hour 45 minutes. What happens in the extra 1 hour and 5 mins? Is there a campus tour or something like that?
 
 
 
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