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So I want to go into medicine or dentristy in uni. I’ve heard work experience is one of the main criteria’s to get in. I genuinely don’t know how to approuch who and how to go about it. If anyone could help it would be great including how you managed to get work experience or what would be the best places to work at . Thanks
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So I want to go into medicine or dentristy in uni. I’ve heard work experience is one of the main criteria’s to get in. I genuinely don’t know how to approuch who and how to go about it. If anyone could help it would be great including how you managed to get work experience or what would be the best places to work at . Thanks
Interestingly, in the last few days there have been multiple threads about this - so start with just browsing the threads in the forum: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=684

There is a thread created for questions like yours: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...d.php?t=568666

If you haven't had any luck after contacting your GP or hospital, come back and tell us what / who you have tried and we will advise. It's not supposed to be easy! Sometimes I think that even the application process itself is designed to make you reconsider whether you want to enroll in this career or not.
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