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Ask any questions about dentistry and life in Bulgaria (more specifically plovdiv)
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how do you fund your degree
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how do you fund your degree
I’m fortunate enough to have parents that can fund it for me. I know other people that have just been saving money and working during holidays. Unfortunately you can’t get loans out here or anything.
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I’m fortunate enough to have parents that can fund it for me. I know other people that have just been saving money and working during holidays. Unfortunately you can’t get loans out here or anything.
you don't get a student permit to work or anything? and how easy was the entrance exam to get into plovdiv
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you don't get a student permit to work or anything? and how easy was the entrance exam to get into plovdiv
No I don’t think so. And for me the entrance exam was quite easy and doable. Nothing to really stress about. It’s a lot easier if you’ve come straight from a levels as the content is very similar with only a few new topics. I would definitely recommend using past paper questions as a lot of the questions are repeated.
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Did u apply with an agency if I did how useful were their resources or did u just use the ones on the school website.

Also I know dentistry only has 100 spaces does that mean it’s harder to be accepted onto the course
And also how r u finding the first year xx
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Did u apply with an agency if I did how useful were their resources or did u just use the ones on the school website.

Also I know dentistry only has 100 spaces does that mean it’s harder to be accepted onto the course
And also how r u finding the first year xx
Hey. Yes I applied through an agency (medconnect) and I personally found their resources quite helpful as it was all I used for revision. I think the ones on the uni website are the same (I didnt use it so I’m not sure) but I found my agency had more resources.

The lower number of spaces doesn’t make it harder to get in, but again that all depends on how many people apply. For my year the cut off number for the ranking was lower in dentistry than medicine.

first year has been pretty good. Obvs it takes a while to adjust to the culture here and how the uni runs but yeah it’s been pretty chill.
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Hey. Yes I applied through an agency (medconnect) and I personally found their resources quite helpful as it was all I used for revision. I think the ones on the uni website are the same (I didnt use it so I’m not sure) but I found my agency had more resources.

The lower number of spaces doesn’t make it harder to get in, but again that all depends on how many people apply. For my year the cut off number for the ranking was lower in dentistry than medicine.

first year has been pretty good. Obvs it takes a while to adjust to the culture here and how the uni runs but yeah it’s been pretty chill.
Thank you so much for the reply
I also wanted to know if u just used the past papers to revise cuz icl the textbook is quite long I only use it to understand a question I got wrong in a past paper.
And also what are your opinions on having a shared apartment
Lmao I’m literally bombarding you with questions 😭
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Thank you so much for the reply
I also wanted to know if u just used the past papers to revise cuz icl the textbook is quite long I only use it to understand a question I got wrong in a past paper.
And also what are your opinions on having a shared apartment
Lmao I’m literally bombarding you with questions 😭
Haha. Nah don’t worry, I’m happy to answer your questions. I used the textbook as well but only for topics I didn’t fully know or just wanted to solidify my knowledge because yh it is quite long. Your technique seems pretty smart tbh.
With shared apartments, there are a lot of students doing it as it cuts costs and you always have someone w you. Although the only downside is some roommates can be quite messy or disorganised which can get annoying. I know a lot of people that rented by themselves for first year and now that they have found a friend they like and know, they will share in second year. For me personally I like my privacy and space so I rented by myself😂. It may seem scary at first but it isn’t too bad if you live close to friends.
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Ask any questions about dentistry and life in Bulgaria (more specifically plovdiv)
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How difficult would you say it is to get by in Bulgaria without knowing the language?
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How difficult would you say it is to get by in Bulgaria without knowing the language?
Hey. It’s really hit and miss. There are very few people that can speak English, but the rest can’t and won’t even bother to speak to you or try to understand. But it really isn’t difficult to get by. I’ve managed to get by and I know many people in older years that still can’t speak or understand the language and they’re doing just fine. There’s always someone in your year or someone you know that is willing to help you with translation.
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You dont need to learn Bulgarian, English would be just fine. It is not mandatory to learn the native languge. You can start with the basic stuff like hello and goodbye, also most of the locals speak english and there is no language barrier.
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Did u apply with an agency if I did how useful were their resources or did u just use the ones on the school website.

Also I know dentistry only has 100 spaces does that mean it’s harder to be accepted onto the course
And also how r u finding the first year xx
Hi there, I am also with a similar experience. Applied with an agency and passed the entrance exams. They were not hard and very similar to A levels.

You can attend an additional study course that prepares you for these exams. I applied with iGeneration Agency and did not have any problems.
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