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    Hi guys, I'm currently a student studying pharmacology who will be applying to medicine at the beginning of the next academic year. Just a question regarding the application process, when applying through ucas, will I have to include all modules I have sat in university and their respective grades, or is it just my degree subject coupled with my predicted overall honours grade?
    Thanks very much!
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    Do you mean that you will be applying in 2017, or that you are applying for 2017 entry? If it is the latter then I am afraid you have missed the deadline which was yesterday.

    You don't need to include modules unless the university you are applying to explicitly states to do so, but this is uncommon. Normally it is just your degree subject and your grade as you state.
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    No it's for 2018 entry, I'm aware this year is already away!

    Thanks very much for the info!
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    It might vary from university to university, but when I applied for GEM last year it was just the predicted grade I entered, no specific module grades.
 
 
 
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