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Does studying medicine in uk require pre med??
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that sounds like a US concept.
In the UK students go straight from A levels to medicine degrees at uni.
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Does studying medicine in uk require pre med??
No, it is not a requirement although there are graduate entry medicine courses in the UK - for students who hold a degree.

These GEM courses are usually 1 year shorter than the standard undergraduate medicine courses which are 5 years + 1 year if you intercalate. Some standard undergrad medicine courses forced all students to take an additional degree = 6 years.

In the UK, GEM courses are much more competitive than standard undergrad medicine courses. The mainstream is definitely no "pre-med" which as @Readingmum says is mainly a North American term.
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Some people use adderall but it's pretty frowned upon. You can definitely manage without.
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Some people use adderall but it's pretty frowned upon. You can definitely manage without.
I find gin works just fine!
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