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Why Reading Week is Important

Why Reading Week is Important

What is a Reading Week? It’s a week with no lectures or practical sessions that students can use to get on top of work and prepare for upcoming deadlines. It’s a sort of university half term if you like. However not every faculty schedules a reading week. What is the...

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Where to Apply with a Low UCAT Score (2020 entry)

Where to Apply with a Low UCAT Score (2020 entry)

Testimonials for an experienced tutor at the Medic Portal: Scored under 610 in your UCAT (UKCAT)? As a tutor at The Medic Portal, one of the most common questions I get is “where can I apply if I get a low UCAT score?”. Many students believe that a low UCAT score...

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BMAT, UCAT & LNAT: Which Universities require each of them?

BMAT, UCAT & LNAT: Which Universities require each of them?

UK Universities requiring the BMAT: 2020 entry Brighton & Sussex Medical School University of Cambridge Imperial College London Keele University Lancaster University Leeds' School of Medicine University of Oxford Medical School – Graduate Medicine only for...

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Top Six Tips MMI Interview Tips

Top Six Tips MMI Interview Tips

www.themedicportal.com Receiving an interview offer from a Medical School is literally one foot in the door to that official offer to study Medicine. With that in mind, you know attending an MMI is filled with pressure, anticipation, and a high amount of career...

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The EU Settlement Scheme: EU Settled and Pre-Settled Status

The EU Settlement Scheme: EU Settled and Pre-Settled Status

All EEA nationals and their family members living in the UK are able to make an application under the EU Settlement Scheme for either settled status or pre-settled status. The EU Settlement Scheme is for EEA nationals, and their qualifying family members, who are or...

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WHAT IS THE LNAT?

WHAT IS THE LNAT?

The LNAT is used by universities to help them select candidates for their undergraduate law courses. The test doesn’t test your knowledge of law or any other subject. Instead, it helps universities assess your aptitude for the skills required to study law. The content...

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Five Medical School Interview Tips I Wish I had Known

Five Medical School Interview Tips I Wish I had Known

  Medical school interviews can be absolutely terrifying, especially if you’ve never been in an interview scenario before – it’s hard to know what to expect and people often panic about not being able to answer questions. Don’t worry though, as I’ve put together...

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5 Insider Tips on How to Impress Your Interviewer

5 Insider Tips on How to Impress Your Interviewer

  www.themedicportal.com Specialists in interview preparation for the Medical Schools You’ve done all the hard work and finally received an interview for medical school. Interviews can be very daunting, but by preparing well and remembering a few important pieces...

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5 Reasons why PBL is Great

*(PBL) Problem-Based Learning PBL is a method of teaching used by many Medical Schools. It usually involves a small group (around eight students plus a staff facilitator) delivering learning objectives from a scenario based on a patient, and then going away and...

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NHS Hot Topics 2019/20!

NHS Hot Topics 2019/20!

In beginning your preparation for medical school applications, it remains imperative that you stay up to date on key healthcare stories within the news. You don’t have to delve greatly into parliament budget plans or every guideline update, but you should know...

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