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    I have just finished my A levels at a Sixth form college. Last year I applied for medicine 2009 entry and received 4 rejections. The plan has been to apply again this cycle for 2010 entry but I am still in 2 minds for a number of reasons.

    I have thought for a long time that I'd like a career in banking. It has never been something I have followed up or researched in great detail because I caught the "medicine bug" when I started sixth form and have focused all my energy on that so far. I have no work experience related to banking or finance. I have heard about gap year programmes run by banks but I assume I am too late for this now. Any information or advice would be appreciated. (My A Levels are Maths, Biology, Chemistry, I also have an AS in Further Maths at Grade A. I'm predicted AAA)

    Thanks in advance
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    Any advice at all? Is there any way I could gain work experience at short notice?
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    Why are you applying for medicine when you're interested in finance?
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    (Original post by Benh842)
    Why are you applying for medicine when you're interested in finance?
    Because having doctor status means you're above everyone else including investment bankers...
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    She applIED, past tense. Check out the Introduction to investment banking thread on these forums, theres a lot of quality information on there.
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    And "the plan has been to apply again".

    Yes, this is directed at you, the ******* who neg rep'd me.
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