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    Can someone tell me this?:confused:

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    I've actually read their webpage on this today because my friend is interested in doing the same thing. I think you could transfer after 2nd year to the 3rd year of med but you need to average a mark of 66 over first and second year across your modules and they said they make about 15 offers a year to transfer.

    I don't know how many 2nd year undergrads there'd be to start with though, and of those how many would be applying to transfer, so I couldn't really tell you what the probability of success is. I guess the best thing to do to properly assess your chances would be to ask them how many applications they receive a year and then try and find someone on here who has managed to do it for tips on making a successful application.
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    It's possible....
    But then again alot of Biomedical students see it as a "back door to medicine" so alot of people will be just as focused on this fast track scheme. So it'll be tough...but if you slog it ....achievable
 
 
 
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