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Top tips

MedSchoolGenie recommends a methodical approach, over ten stages of planning your UK medical school applications

Analyse schools in depth

Have you carefully compared your target medical schools?
Evaluate key details in our UK medical school profiles and check information snapshots

Consider key statistics

Would you like comparative data on UK medical schools?
Check our stats on UK medical school sizes, locationsdemographics, and dates

Size up the competition

How competitive are UK medical schools that interest you?
See our overviews of competition ratios and success percentages

Assess teaching practices

Which UK medical schools suit your preferred learning styles?
See our overviews of Medicine teaching methods and Medicine course structures

Check your coursework

Are you taking the right courses for your target UK medical schools?
See our overviews of subject expectations and typical offers for curriculum tracks

Account for widening access

Curious about widening access policies at UK medical schools?
See our overviews of Widening Access and Participation policies and support options

Schedule work experience

Looking for work experience relevant to UK medical schools?
See our overviews of Medicine work experience expectations and support options

Perfect a personal statement

Keen to craft an effective personal statement?
See our overviews of Medicine personal statement usage and support options

Revise for admissions tests

Planning to take UCAT, BMAT, or GAMSAT exams?
See our overviews of Medicine admissions test requirements and support options

Prepare for interviews

Looking forward to interviews at UK medical schools?
See our overviews of Medicine interview formats and support options

Keep your focus on the goal, each step along the way

Using our website's interactive resources, with many customisable features, you can focus on the information you need — just when you need it — as you follow tips listed above.

We hope this helps, and wish you success in winning interviews and offers at UK medical schools of your choice.

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