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Salwa Arif
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My question is that when do we apply for graduate medicine entry in UK, if I am currently in 2nd year of undergraduate degree in biomedical sciences? And when do we have to take the UKCAT exam ? Is it after 2nd year results or 3rd year results ?
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(Original post by Salwa Arif)
My question is that when do we apply for graduate medicine entry in UK, if I am currently in 2nd year of undergraduate degree in biomedical sciences? And when do we have to take the UKCAT exam ? Is it after 2nd year results or 3rd year results ?
I've moved this to the medicine forum for you
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You can take the UKCAT at the end of 2nd year and then send in your application via UCAS beginning of third year and do interviews etc. during your third year and hopefully start after you graduate!

I did a blogpost on my UKCAT experience this year: http://www.misstrendable.com/2018/07...xperience.html
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You can take the UKCAT at the end of 2nd year and then send in your application via UCAS beginning of third year and do interviews etc. during your third year and hopefully start after you graduate!

I did a blogpost on my UKCAT experience this year: http://www.misstrendable.com/2018/07...xperience.html
Thank you for the reply... One more thing I want to know that we have to take the UKCAT before we apply or after we get conditional offer? Actually I m very confuse bcz someone told me that you can only apply after you get your 3rd year results?
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You would take the UKCAT the summer before you send your UCAS application the following October.
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You dont have to reply only after yo get your third year results. Having achieved results is easier but usually universities will give you a conditional offer of a 2.1 or first for example.
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I always wanted to do medicine, and I am now studying a 4 year degree (not medicine). I am just wondering since graduates have a more options for medicine (eg. US medical schools are only for graduates), should I switch to an easy and fast (eg. 1-2yr) degree?
I don't understand. Are you a UK student?
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(Original post by helphelppls)
I always wanted to do medicine, and I am now studying a 4 year degree (not medicine). I am just wondering since graduates have a more options for medicine (eg. US medical schools are only for graduates), should I switch to an easy and fast (eg. 1-2yr) degree?
Please do not bump an old thread. I noticed you have asked this question across multiple threads so I have closed this one.
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