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Ooh that’s really interesting, I never knew that many people applied for medicine courses :eek:
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Ooh that’s really interesting, I never knew that many people applied for medicine courses :eek:
It doesnt mean they are serious contenders.
It doesnt tell you how many apply without the right qualifications, subjects. predictions, GCSEs etc, or dont take BMAT/UCAT etc. Believe me, that runs into the thousands.
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It doesnt mean they are serious contenders.
It doesnt tell you how many apply without the right qualifications, subjects. predictions, GCSEs etc, or dont take BMAT/UCAT etc. Believe me, that runs into the thousands.
For real? I understand people taking a punt with less than average gcses and even alevels, but not taking the UCAT/BMAT? Waste of an application imo
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