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Hello. I’m applying to study dentistry in October and I was interested in doing some online dental courses. Anyone can advice any good tried courses?
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Online, free, 'Discovery Dentistry' course from Uni of Leeds here - https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/discover-dentistry
and another useful one from Uni of Sheffield - https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/...tance-dentists

Do NOT waste your money on any commercial 'we can get you into Dental School' efforts - there are no 'secrets' that only they know.
If you need UKCAT or BMAT for any of your intended applications, there are good, useable, books avilable on Amazon with practice papers, advice about answers, tecniques etc.

Get any sort of caring experience you can - care homes, special schools etc.
Get as much 'people' experience as you can - working in Tescos, volunteering at a charity shop etc.
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Online, free, 'Discovery Dentistry' course from Uni of Leeds here - https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/discover-dentistry
and another useful one from Uni of Sheffield - https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/...tance-dentists

Do NOT waste your money on any commercial 'we can get you into Dental School' efforts - there are no 'secrets' that only they know.
If you need UKCAT or BMAT for any of your intended applications, there are good, useable, books avilable on Amazon with practice papers, advice about answers, tecniques etc.

Get any sort of caring experience you can - care homes, special schools etc.
Get as much 'people' experience as you can - working in Tescos, volunteering at a charity shop etc.
Thanks alot for your reply. Your help is very much appreciated. Can I ask please I pay for the course of is it free of charge? I can see some options for payment? What’s the difference?
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Thanks alot for your reply. Your help is very much appreciated. Can I ask please I pay for the course of is it free of charge? I can see some options for payment? What’s the difference?
You can pay to get a 'certificate' - but its worthless as this isnt actually a qualification.
You can still do the whole course without paying.
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