Does a strong preclinical/clinical divide bother you?

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will queens
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Medical students at universities with a strong divide: Oxford, Cambridge, St Andrews, I've heard the London ones are reasonable divided too, and any others I'm missing. Does it bother you?

I don't really know wether it's something that's important to me or not. What do you think, pros and cons of it? Was it a deciding factor in where you applied?

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I tend to like it. I like the fact that you would learn the reasoning behind medicine before applying it. It is one of my main criteria for choosing where I want to apply. However, you do end up with less clinical experience than on integrated or PBL courses overall.
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