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I am in y12 and applying for dentistry and saw a post online about being a cadet for the NHS. Is this useful for the application process for dentistry as it shows I volunteer or should I solely stick to volunteering at a dental practise
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Volunteering of any type is useful for a dental application - it doesn’t necessarily have to be dentally related. The admissions team are interested in how your experiences have shaped you as a person, what you’ve learnt and how you can apply it to dentistry, rather than listing a bunch of procedures you saw a dentist do at a dental practice (although work experience in a dental practice is also important).
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