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Hello! Just wondering as I’m getting slightly nervous about med school application here in the UK. I will be applying as a graduate from a chemistry degree but for the regular 5 year degree as graduate entry is very competitive and I can’t lie…My UCAT competence isn’t great. I wanted to know if let’s say I’m rejected from all the medical schools I apply to by October 15th, could I also make a new application for the January deadline for masters programs etc? Just trying to think of how I can have a back up as I’m an international student and would love to make sure I can stay over here and study until I get in! Thank you in advance
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Masters applications aren’t part of the ucas undergraduate system. You apply directly to the universities and there’s no limit to the number of choices available.
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