ARU Medicine Applicants Thread 2020 Watch
So I'm assuming the cut off is higher for graduates? But I thought it was just a universal cut off and that ARU doesn't treat direct school leavers differently to a graduate?
HiI have not done well at the UCAT test. I am a mature student and I am already attending Medical Science at ARU, and I have started my application for Medicine with UCAS. Is it any chance for me to make up? Or just withdraw my application?What others alternatives do I have? I feel so devastated. Any advice would be highly appreciated. Many thanks
Hi, I am a first year medical science student looking to transfer into medicine for 2020, I have completed the ucat and scored an ok average, but have extensive experience in hospitals from a as far back as I can remember most recently spending all summer three times a week on the haemodialysis ward at the great ormond street hospital and many other things including home dialysis, ventilators, Bipap, peg and pej feeding tubes, tracheostomy Care, administrating medication etc. ( the list goes on ) Due to this i am determined to become a paediatric nephrology consultant in the future. My question ( in short ) is medical experience and life experience considered or have any weight to it when obtaining interviews (the MMI’s) ? Thank you 😌
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