It seems that predominately graduates applying for medicine opt for the GEM A101 4 year accelerated course, however I've noticed that there are a few whom have applied to the standard A100 course.
I'm sure you'll have noticed that getting statistics and information regarding graduates applying to A100 is pretty scarce, at least relative to School leavers for A100 or graduates for A101.
With this in mind, it would be helpful if you wouldn't mind posting the A100 courses you are applying for, any information you have regarding graduate entry on to these courses and your own stats.
To get the ball rolling...
A levels: BBB (Biology, Chemistry and Philosophy)
Degree: 2:1 (Hons) Philosophy (University of Leeds)
UKCAT: 3170 (792.5)
GAMSAT: 67 Overall (65, 81 and 61)
Universities applied for:
University of Southampton: Acknowledged
University of Newcastle: Acknowledged
University of Leeds: Acknowledged
University of Cardiff: Invited to interview
If you have any questions regarding why I chose certain universities / any restrictions I came across / anything really, then please go ahead and ask and I'll do my best to inform.
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A levels: ABC (philosophy, biology and chemistry) Degree: 2:1 (Hons) Tropical Disease Biology (University of Liverpool) UKCAT: 2680 (670) GAMSAT: 60 Overall (55, 69, 59) Universities applied for: University of Nottingham 4 year: AcknowledgedUniversity of Liverpool 5 year: AcknowledgedUniversity of Glasgow 5 year -expecting rejection: AcknowledgedUniversity of Dundee 5 year -expecting rejection: Acknowledged Please note where I’ve put expecting rejection this is due to applicants with higher UKCAT already being rejected. HCA 150 hours, Shadowing 100 hours, Nightline 100 hours.