Hey have you sat the exam already? If you have, did they repeat any papers?
(Original post by rarajaja0)
If you're talking about Czech unis the 3 i know who are in plovdiv after being kicked out or left are smart kids, were talking As at A-level. Furthermore they're doing well this year in Plov. Czech is unfair and cruel. Plovdiv is considerably harder than UK med schools, so one can only imagine how unnecessarily hard Czech ones will be.
But then again, study your ass off and sacrifice an excessive social life then you'll graduate with a bomb degree from Czech, but personally and from the people whove went there have told me... i dont see the point when there's plovdiv
Edit: I'm not hyping plovdiv by any means, believe me, I'm just going off personal and friends experiences
As somebody currently studying in Czech, it is a little difficult for sure, but it is medicine at the end of the day and im sure the people applying realise that? Somehow scraping into my 5th year, think its important for prospective/current students to quickly build a support network around them i.e. establish relationships with seniors, make good use of help your agency provides (i used tutelage, who have a an after-care scheme).
Last year, in my class (me included) a few people were on the verge of getting kicked out over a credit (a pre-requisite for exams eg class tests etc). I spoke to tutelage on behalf of everyone, they flew down a couple of days later to meet with the vie-dean and long story short everybody ended up passing the credit
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(Original post by Boss987)
What are the entry requirements for a level.. I know someone who got in with DDD. Are the students mostly from the 🇬🇧?
Short answer: BB (bio/chem) and an okay 3rd subject
Long answer: depends on the competition of the year, number of applicants, agency aid etc... this year there are some students with Ds probably due to the most latter of the 3 reasons i listed even though uni policy is the short answer, but because of plovdivs increasing popularity and applicants, being let off this year and in future years will be much more difficult than previous years (like mine 2017)
Also bear in mind that the clinical years of plovdiv mu are just as hard, if not harder than UK med schools... so if someone gets in with DDD, their chances of failing a few years in and wasting their time and tens of thousands of pounds is a sad but very real prospect.
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