I am sitting GAMSAT this year. Looking for study buddies in Manchester.
a private tutorial college might get you thrugh the A levels but you'd also need enough work experience/ voluntary work to show you really know what you are getting into. You have a degree already so probably are not eligible for student finance. To be honest I think you should see this a dream at the moment. There are many other careers in the health service that would be more accessible and a few courses where some funding might be available from the NHS. Nursing is the obvious option. I dont know how medical schools would regard a nurse seeking to becme a doctor ut I'm sure it would be better than trying to apply now.
Yeah, no thanks.
Thanks everyone else, I'm going to sit GAMSAT in August, with the aim of applying to St George's and Nottingham. I've already organised some shadowing experience, and am looking into volunteering at my local hospital.
The NHS pay the 2nd 3rd and 4th year of a graduate medicine degree fyi.
Good luck to anyone else applying this cycle!