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    Hi, I applied for four medical schools this year and got rejected from all of them, one of the medical school offered me their pre-med course, which means Ive got an extra year before medical school.

    I firmly accepted it and I went to the applicant visit day, everything seems amazing.

    But! yesterday, one of the medical school that rejected me emailed me saying that they are offering me a place, A100 medicine course.

    I love the pre-med course, they gave me an unconditional offer, but another interview is needed to progress from pre-med year to medical school.

    The A100 medical school gave me a conditional offer, Ive done all my exams and I can't say that Ive done well... but i really don't know...

    What should I do?
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    Hi, I applied for four medical schools this year and got rejected from all of them, one of the medical school offered me their pre-med course, which means Ive got an extra year before medical school.

    I firmly accepted it and I went to the applicant visit day, everything seems amazing.

    But! yesterday, one of the medical school that rejected me emailed me saying that they are offering me a place, A100 medicine course.

    I love the pre-med course, they gave me an unconditional offer, but another interview is needed to progress from pre-med year to medical school.

    The A100 medical school gave me a conditional offer, Ive done all my exams and I can't say that Ive done well... but i really don't know...

    What should I do?
    I feel like you should accept the A100 conditional offer so you don't have to go through the whole process of doing an interview, etc.
    How have you done all ur exams? A2 exams haven't started yet..


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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    I feel like you should accept the A100 conditional offer so you don't have to go through the whole process of doing an interview, etc.
    How have you done all ur exams? A2 exams haven't started yet..


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    Thank you for your reply!
    Yes I think accepting the conditional offer is a rational decision, however, I really like the pre-med medical school.
    I have done all my exams, Im from Scotland
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    (Original post by anon:>)
    Thank you for your reply!
    Yes I think accepting the conditional offer is a rational decision, however, I really like the pre-med medical school.
    I have done all my exams, Im from Scotland
    Oh cool, yes I understand
    Why don't you insure ur unconditional offer just in case you don't get the grades.
    And I think it is better to go straight into med when you have the chance, otherwise it's another long application process to med school. Obviously all up to you.
    Have you been to the open day of the A100 med course?


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    Oh cool, yes I understand
    Why don't you insure ur unconditional offer just in case you don't get the grades.
    And I think it is better to go straight into med when you have the chance, otherwise it's another long application process to med school. Obviously all up to you.
    Have you been to the open day of the A100 med course?


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    This is what I am planning to do, but I have already firmed the unconditional, so Im not sure if I can change it now... and no, Ive not been invited hahaha... I've been to the open day before applying to medicine.
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    (Original post by anon:>)
    This is what I am planning to do, but I have already firmed the unconditional, so Im not sure if I can change it now... and no, Ive not been invited hahaha... I've been to the open day before applying to medicine.
    Ooh okay
    You should definitely contact UCAS and ask them


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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Ooh okay
    You should definitely contact UCAS and ask them


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    I am planning to go to see my guidance teacher tomorrow and ask him whether I can insure my unconditional.
    Assuming that I can't insure my unconditional, what should i do?
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    (Original post by anon:>)
    I am planning to go to see my guidance teacher tomorrow and ask him whether I can insure my unconditional.
    Assuming that I can't insure my unconditional, what should i do?
    Insure ur conditional
    And on results day, you can contact ur conditional and say u wanna go there if u get the grades.
    This is possible


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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Insure ur conditional
    And on results day, you can contact ur conditional and say u wanna go there if u get the grades.
    This is possible


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    The conditional asked me to reply by next Monday....
 
 
 
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