Alright guys, I would really love some advice or tips to current university students out there.
For my Gcses I got 9A* and 1A.
As levels, I'm studying Maths, chemistry, biology, physics, and further maths.
A2 level, i'll probably drop further maths, maybe physics.
Don't know any predicted grades yet but I'm coping well so far.
I'm thinking of applying to cambridge mainly then imperial, kings and possibly birmingham.
Voluntary work every other saturday.
I play the piano, grade 8, and im trying to get that on a certificate. I played the violin up to grade 5. (doesnt count for ucas points i know)
D of E bronze, did ccf for a year and a half.
I used to be in the school swimming team, i still swim recreationally (can you put that on your personal statement) and I also go to the school badminton club once in a while.
Is there anything I'm missing out? My dad says i need to know about the wider world like have an interest in everything, especially politics and the government.
I briefly know what the cambridge medical course is, but I don't exactly know what makes it different to other medical schools. I'm just choosing cambridge because on the cambridge website, it gave a detailed description of what you learn in the course and they all seemed interesting. I can't be sure that the Cambridge course is so brilliant because its website is maintained well and is well detailed. Why did you guys choose cambridge?
If any of you could give me tips in how to prepare for BMAT, interviews, etc I would really appreciate it. Thank you so much.