5 year vs 6 year course for medicine Watch

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Hey guys! I've been lucky enough to get offers from both Imperial College London and Barts the London School of Medicine and Dentistry to study undergraduate medicine (A100). I was wondering about the importance of the additional year in Imperial's course. I understand that Barts also has the option of an intercalated year to obtain a BSc. Is a BSc quite important in the future for a doctor's career? Or is it something undertaken purely out of interest in a particular field?

I would also love any other suggestions and information which could help me decide between the 2 schools! Thanks so much!
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Imperial>Barts anyday. :lol:
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Imperial>Barts anyday. :lol:
How so?
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