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    (Original post by Democracy)

    It is more competitive than when you applied during 6th form. That's why you shouldn't apply to four graduate entry courses, apply to some standard entry (5 year) courses too.

    what's 6th form?? :confused:
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    (Original post by Rainbow_1985)
    what's 6th form??
    The last two years of senior school in the UK
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    i was just wondering why anyone would choose to do GEP medicine, when you need the same A levels etc and its more competetive and more expensive...
    my friend is doing it cos it works out cheaper cos shes currently an international student, but apart from that i cant see why anyone would...
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    ahh, Anna.


    its less expensive. fees are paid for, and you study for a shorter time, and you get to work (ie start life, mortgage, family, nice cars) sooner rather than later.

    and the courses are usually more modern and IMHO much better.

    i would do it tommorrow (and leave this five year course ) if i ad the chance.


    is your friend called Bo Constrictor?
 
 
 
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