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(Original post by adamshah012)
hey, how do you actually apply? I've looked everywhere aha
on ParcourSup. You need to be 100% fluent in French though fyi
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on ParcourSup. You need to be 100% fluent in French though fyi
ahhh I see, I’ve been studying french for a while now and someone mentioned it’s worth studying for a year prior to the paces year ( to improve french language??) but what would you study during that year?
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ahhh I see, I’ve been studying french for a while now and someone mentioned it’s worth studying for a year prior to the paces year ( to improve french language??) but what would you study during that year?
Probably an intensive French language year course?
Unless you're really fluent I wouldn't even try for the PACES tbh, especially if you're eligible for Med school in the UK. I'm a medical student in the UK and speak/write pretty fluent French (i am French) and I'm not even sure I could've done it.
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Probably an intensive French language year course?
Unless you're really fluent I wouldn't even try for the PACES tbh, especially if you're eligible for Med school in the UK. I'm a medical student in the UK and speak/write pretty fluent French (i am French) and I'm not even sure I could've done it.
so you wouldn’t even try after the intensive french language course?(with the A-level in french)
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so you wouldn’t even try after the intensive french language course?(with the A-level in french)
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Nope. Honestly I think you underestimate how brutal it is and how much you'd struggle as a foreigner. If that's what you really want to do go ahead with the intensive course and maybe try a PACES prepa (basically prep classes for medics trying out for the concours) and re-evaluate after that year but it's going to be insanely hard
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