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    I am currently studying A-levels and want to apply for uni in sept 2017. I want to apply for Medicine. I was told by my career advisor before summer that i had to take an entry test, for which i had to apply in march'17 and give the exam later IN 2017. However, then i felt quite doubtful so i searched online and found that if i want to go to uni in sept'17 i had to take the test prior to the year i want to study. So now i'm really confused and annoyed. I've missed the admission date, and have been seriously mislead many times. SO what do i do now?? Can i still apply to uni this year?? please help
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    You'd have to take the BMAT and only apply to BMAT using universities. They are Imperial, UCL, BSMS, Oxford, Cambridge, Leeds and Lancaster.

    Your school enters you in for that so make sure they do!
 
 
 
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