i'm currently in yr 11 and have wanted to be a doctor since i was around 9, i've just got my physics gcse result (triple science took it a yr early) and got an A however i'm worried my application isn't going to be storing enough with grades alone, i do air cadets which has got me extra qualifications and i did work experience in the NHS i'm just wondering what else medical schools look for when looking at applications?
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- 14-09-2016 04:50
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- 14-09-2016 09:21
Experience and grades. Air cadets and other things are fine to show you've got relevant skills but bear in mind that they will take up only a small part of your PS if at all.
- 14-09-2016 09:33
Have you done other volunteering? Easiest ones to get I'd say are a charity shop or carehome. If you can do those for over a year it will also display commitment