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  I went to a State-run Grammar School in Kent. The School helped me to log on to UCAS and also by emailing me about events and opportunities related to my desired course. They informed me about the entrance exams required for applying to study medicine, however this was done quite late in the year…

State school During the process of getting ready to apply, my school helped go through my personal statement by allowing me to send drafts to various teachers in various departments. Also, they arranged further help and support for reviewing my personal statement as well as invaluable UKCAT support from Dr Derin [TAP Consultant] who worked with myself and a few other applicants throughout the summer to…

State school. They paid for me to be a part of the TAP programme which was super helpful. None. Seven As, an A*, and a B in GCSE The interview process as well as the initial personal statement preparation. The Top Achiever’s Programme was organised in such a way that every aspect of the application…

I attended a popular state school in my area. My school did a few practice interviews but these were specifically catered to workplace interviews rather than specifically a medical school. Also, I attended a class to help with writing my personal statement which gave tips on how to lay it out and the content; giving…

State sixth form They suggested I attend the TAP workshop As far as I’m aware, no one attended medical school in the previous year group. I found the TAP preparation extremely useful, as it was clear what I needed to do in my UKCAT and motivated me to revise at home also. Even though the…

State grammar school School had a tutor with the position of overseeing all medicine applications, providing tips for our CV, UCAS advice, reviewing our personal statements and conducting practice interviews. Also carried out UKCAT practice sessions In a typical year group, 5. In my year group, about 15. Year group size is about 230. GCSE:…

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