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    (Original post by Sakujo)
    Just take some notes on what you've done so far and they would probably recommend some stuff for you to do.
    That sounds like a good idea.
    Thank you
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    Can't decide whether it's worth my going or not... 2 hours to London and £40 return fare. Hmm decisions.
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    (Original post by brokenangel)
    Hmm wonder if this will be open to use graduate applicants

    yup its open to graduate students too!
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    (Original post by cousto)
    how is everyone going to get their school stamp?
    i suggest emailing them and asking about this, i dont think it will be that big of a deal espec coz its summer but reception at schools are normally open a few days in the summer, try and find out which days and get the stamp.

    all schools have stamps, ask for it at the reception
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    (Original post by lekky)
    Can't decide whether it's worth my going or not... 2 hours to London and £40 return fare. Hmm decisions.
    £40 + £20 = £60

    I'd personally say it wasn't worth it, but it's up to you :p:
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    (Original post by aamir27)
    yup its open to graduate students too!
    Ill send off my form then
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    (Original post by aamir27)
    Hey guys,

    Have you heard about PotMed 2009 @ Imperial College??

    Here is the link:

    http://www.union.ic.ac.uk/medic/muslim/potmed09.htm

    Its like a workshop for potential medical students. They do UKCAT, BMAT and interview stuff! I've heard some really good stuff about it, was wondering if any of you are going??
    Oh it's funny you have to mention.. I'm going to Premed at Imperial.
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    (Original post by aamir27)
    yup its open to graduate students too!
    How do we go about filling in the application from as a graduate student?
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    (Original post by KumakoXsd)
    Oh it's funny you have to mention.. I'm going to Premed at Imperial.
    Now you see, that's what's known as a money-grabbing wishy-washy crap course.

    This one, on the other hand, is pretty good.
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    Do you reckon it is necessary to book asap?
    I was wondering whether to book it after GCSEs come out just in case. Although it's not that much money so I'm not sure whether it's jst better booking it.
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    (Original post by Mel2160)
    Do you reckon it is necessary to book asap?
    I was wondering whether to book it after GCSEs come out just in case. Although it's not that much money so I'm not sure whether it's jst better booking it.
    You need to ask yourself which situation you'd rather be in; with the right GCSEs but unable to go, or £20 out of pocket.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    How do we go about filling in the application from as a graduate student?
    make sure you put on the top of the form somewhere clear to see that you are a grad student and in the a levels bit put in your degree information, just cross bits out and rename them so its suited to your application
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    if your talking about the imperial one in late september ive heard about it and probs will go as its quite cheap and the personal statement help and mock interviews sound good

    PS: i thinks there another thread on this somewhere.
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    Thought about it.. Not sure how useful it would be as a graduate applicant though.

    Probably won't in the end.
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    its more the level of the college leaver, and its a decent set of talks.

    as a grad applicant you really wanting to fishing in a different pool
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    I've considered it, but its gonna be expensive getting there. I've downloaded the slides from the previous years and looked through them, which was quite useful. But based on those, I don't think its worth the £55 train fair. It would be if I was closer...
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    The college stamp is not required.
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    I went last year, t'was good.
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    (Original post by crazy_smurf)
    if your talking about the imperial one in late september ive heard about it and probs will go as its quite cheap and the personal statement help and mock interviews sound good

    PS: i thinks there another thread on this somewhere.
    yeh wen I went, the PS help and mock interview was the most useful.
 
 
 
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