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In sixth form we have started writing our personal statements.I was wondering what key things I need to include to get into medicine.
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Why medicine , relevant work experience, any extra/super curriculars , highlight any skills / attributes you have that would make you well suited towards becoming a doctor
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If you look on YouTube you will find plenty of recorded advice sessions from UK Universities on Medicine PS.
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Well, there's no magic words that will get you into medicine
PSes aren't that important these days as schools don't use them heavily or at all in selection, except UCL and Cambridge. The goal is to show why you personally would be a good doctor and want to study medicine.
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