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    I've just graduated with a 2:1 in a science subject and I'd really like to apply for 5 year medicine at Imperial College London- so I'm looking into taking the BMAT (it's in about six weeks time)- so if you're a student who started at Imperial in the same way (i.e. after a first degree) I was wondering if you could give me some advice!

    The website doesn't mention any A level requirements for graduate applicants- only a 2:1 and the BMAT; in reality do you know if they actually have any preferences? Any advice you can give me at all to make a competitive application?

    Also, what's the first and second year timetable like? I'd be planning on working during term and the summers to help pay the fees and wanted to know if it would be manageable (in your opinion)?

    Thank you in advance!
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