Getting into Medicine in the UK. IB points: Edinburgh: 37 HL: 6,6,7 Leicester: 36 HL: Bi:6, Ch:6 Brighton: 38 HL: 18 (Bi:6, Ch:6) French Baccaularéat:
IB points: Edinburgh: 37 HL: 6,6,7
Leicester: 36 HL: Bi:6, Ch:6
Brighton: 38 HL: 18 (Bi:6, Ch:6)
Sheffield Hallam Uni: French Baccalaureate with a score of 12 or 13. For courses such as pscychology, physiotherapy, law or other accredited courses we require a score of 14 or 15
With over 2,500 international students from all parts of the world currently studying at Sussex, the University is very experienced in assessing the qualifications offered by students from outside the UK.
These are only a guide and, as each application is treated individually, offers may vary with different applicants
another non-medical personal statement,
but this is rare.
Which Universities ask for BMAT and which for UKCAT?
UKCAT Universities: http://www.ukcat.ac.uk/pages/details.aspx?page=ukCatUniversities
Additional overview here including some suggestions on choosing a medical school: https://homepages.westminster.org.uk/medics/choosing.htm
It doesn’t look like this is possible.
Ring the universities you are interested in to
Mathematical and scientific knowledge that you will have covered by the age of 16: Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
BMAT Section 2 will always be based around the relevant version of the UK National Curriculum taken by the majority of the cohort.
This can be found here, p.32 ot 54 covers the Biology, Physics and Chemistry syllabus:
« Science A » and « Science B » have the same curriculum, just a different test at the end:
Maths Curriculum for 2010 (and 2011)can be found here:
The Test: Problem-Solving, Knowledge, Synthesise information
Section 1: Aptitude and Skills
Section 2: Scientific Knowledge and Application
Section 3: Writing Task
CALCULATORS may NOT be used
Only four choices can be used to apply to medical schools.
: if currently receiving some form of government benfit
Tous le monde avec un BAC peut accéder à la première année.
Epreuves repartie sur deux périodes dans la première année.
Premier 20% réussis les examens
Droit de redoubler qu’une seule fois dans ta vie.
The many faces of « Doctor »http://www.admissionstests.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/adt/bmat/datesandcosthttp://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/medical.shtml
Medical Specialities: They cover most of the conditions for which people are admitted to hospital . . . and focus on particular organs such as the heart (cardiology), or disease processes such as cancers (oncology).
Pediatrics, Pathologists, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Opthalmology, Anaesthetics, Psychatriatry etc. etc.
« Before i used to say I wanted to be an Optician and suddenly it just changed to dentistry »
The many roles within Medicine ONLINE VIDEOS wide range of roles within « Medicine » or « Doctor »http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/explore_teachers.shtml
Junior doctors: 40hour week + 50% supplement (is standard working hours)
1st yr: £33, 285 (38, 945€ or 3 245€/month)
2nd yr: £41, 285 (48 303€ or 4 025€/month)
Specialist training: £44,117 to £69,369 (see “Speciality Doctor” grade)
Consultant: £74,504 to £176,242.
dependent on length of service & performance
General Practitioner(GP): self employed holding contract with a Primary Care Trust and profits therefore vary:
£70 000 - £160 000
If not employed directly by PCT: £53,249 to £80,354