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Pathways to Medicine

Pathways to Medicine provides academic and sector-specific support for students who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine. Through skills sessions, admissions support, mentoring and meeting industry experts, you will have the opportunity to explore whether medicine is the right path for you, and build the essential knowledge, skills and confidence required to go on to higher education and the world of work.  Follow the link below

Getting STARTED - Everything You Need to Know | BMAT 📚

Getting STARTED - Everything You Need to Know | BMAT 📚

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Information on this page will support you in exploring the routes and pathways into medicine. whether it's the grades needed to embark on your chosen careers path or the skills needed to be successful in this career. In addition to medicine pathways there are links that will support you in understanding the application process and the UCAT and BMAT process

You heard that this career is competitive already... it's safe to assume.

In 2020, UCAS recorded 8 applicants per medical school place, making medicine one of the most competitive courses to enter.

Despite this, thousands of students succeed in their applications every year, and you can too.

The first and most important step is to decide whether medicine is right for you. Follow the link in the tab above (Isa a career in medicine for me

BMAT is a two-hour admissions test that assesses a combination of aptitude and knowledge. It tests a broad range of skills across three sections

A number of universities expect you to sit the BMAT, instead of the UCAT, when you apply to study Medicine. Find out which ones, and how they’ll use your score.

Use the practice and past papers on the website to get a good understanding of the test format, different question types and skills BMAT assesses. Follow the link

If you are a student who is studying for or already has another degree, a mature student or even someone who has no qualifications at all, there are a number of routes into medical school. with your visitors.

The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) is an admissions test, used by a consortium of UK Universities and non-UK associate member universities to help select applicants for their medical and dental degree programmes.

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