MB ChB Admissions 2013/14. The Process. MBChB Selection. Aim of Admissions Process To select students academically able to complete the MBChB degree course and to practise as a Foundation Year doctor To select students that will make the best doctors
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Aim of Admissions Process
To select students academically able to complete the MBChB degree course and to practise as a Foundation Year doctor
To select students that will make the best doctors
To use a fair and equitable process to achieve this
Aim of this talk
To help you understand the process by which your application is assessed
To help you understand how that assessment is used
To help you prepare an application which gives you as fair a chance as possible
What makes a good doctor?
The selection system takes a look at:
For school leavers predicted 3 As, we had >2200 with better than 9 GCSE As
We use achieved grades if available (and offer, if made, will be unconditional), otherwise we use predicted grades. Almost all candidates are predicted AAA, which is our standard conditional offer.
A levels subjects of successful applicants
Evidence will be sought from all sections of the UCAS form and at interview.
Mitigating circumstances, Access
A typical applicant who gets to the interview stage would have all of the following:
But there is room for compensation between any of these fields!
MMI (Multiple Mini-Interview)
Access to Leeds
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLINICAL SCIENCES AT BRADFORD AND THE MBChB COURSE AT LEEDS
UCAS Closing Date for Medicine is earlier than for other programmes
Institution Code: L23
Course Code: A100
UKCATregistration deadline is different from the UCAS deadline.
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