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    Hi, my name is Tasnia. I would like to apply for The University of Nottingham but I cannot find how they base their learning. Does anyone know if its problem based or practice based etc?

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    (Original post by tasnia.a.98)
    Hi, my name is Tasnia. I would like to apply for The University of Nottingham but I cannot find how they base their learning. Does anyone know if its problem based or practice based etc?
    What subject are you thinking of applying to read?
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    (Original post by Compost)
    What subject are you thinking of applying to read?
    I would like to study medicine there
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    The answer is on the FAQ page

    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 theory, students receive early clinical experience from the first year, with visits to hospitals and GP practices.
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    (Original post by homholz)
    The answer is on the FAQ page

    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 theory, students receive early clinical experience from the first year, with visits to hospitals and GP practices.
    Hi, I must've missed it!
    Thanks a lot!! 😊


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