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    hey guys. im a medicine applicant. on a gap year. was owndering what would be the best thing to do if u have 4 rejections and are on a gap year applying to medicine. i hope this doesnt happen as my heart is set firmly on medicine...
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    take another gap year i guess.
    get more qualifications, more work experience.


    otherwise as a last option: biomedical sciences.

    if your heart is set on medicine though i'd just take another gap yr
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    (Original post by mayu786)
    hey guys. im a medicine applicant. on a gap year. was owndering what would be the best thing to do if u have 4 rejections and are on a gap year applying to medicine. i hope this doesnt happen as my heart is set firmly on medicine...
    hmm if you want to apply for medicine again then improve your application in your gap year, and take voluntary experiences aside?
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    If you still want to do medicine and know why you were rejected (and how to overcome this should you reapply) then I'd recommend another gap year.
    I've just started a 'megathread' type thread for questions like this to go into so will close this one and leave the link to the new one: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1180400
 
 
 
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