26th March 2017
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Medical School Guide: Week 4 – Edinburgh University

  Are you considering applying to Edinburgh medical school? Our medical school guide on Edinburgh University has all the information you need know about the medical school, academic requirements, the application process as well as information on the medical course, the university and the city! The University The University of […]
21st March 2017

The General Medical Council (GMC): An Overview

We have all the information you need to know about the GMC for medical interview questions on the GMC; their roles, responsibilities and powers. The GMC keeps a medical register of all doctors working within the UK, it sets out standards that each doctor is supposed to work too, its […]
16th March 2017
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Medical School Guide: Week 3 – Dundee University

The University of Dundee was initially founded in 1881 and was one of the colleges of the University of St. Andrews but became an independent university in 1967. The main campus is located in the west end of the city. The University has just over 15,000 students of which 10,000 […]
12th March 2017
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Medical Ethics: The Basic Principles

Medical interviews are usually a daunting prospect for most students applying to medical school. Whether it be a traditional interview or a more modern MMI structured format, there is a good chance you will encounter an ethics-related question at some point in the interview process. Whilst the exact question(s) can […]
7th March 2017

Medical School Guide: Week 2 – University of St Andrews (BSc Hons Medicine)

The University St Andrews is the third oldest English-speaking university in the world after Oxford and Cambridge and thus the oldest university in Scotland, having been established in 1413. The university is made up of three colleges; United College, St Mary’s College and St. Leonard’s College and 18 academic schools […]
2nd March 2017
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To Be Or Not To Be, A Doctor?

If your reading our blog there is a very good chance that you have already decided that medicine is for you. For those who are still not entirely sure then perhaps we can highlight some of the many advantages of being a doctor as well as some of the potential […]
27th February 2017
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Medical School Guide: Week 1 – Aberdeen University (MBChB)

  The University –  Aberdeen University was founded in 1495, making it the fifth oldest university in the English-speaking world. It has just over 14,000 students enrolled on undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The Times higher education world university rankings places it in number 30 within the UK. Five Nobel laureates […]
30th June 2016
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Becoming a Doctor: How to write a personal statement for medicine

Are you wondering how to write a personal statement for medicine? Need some tips on how to create the perfect application? Doctor To Be, the medical school application experts, can help! The UCAS personal statement helps universities decide whether or not you’re a doctor to be and whether or not […]
30th June 2016
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What is the UKCAT and how do I do well in it?

We understand the majority of students will have no prior experience in sitting clinical aptitude tests and the UKCAT will be a daunting prospect for most, but with the correct level of study and Doctor To Be insider knowledge, you can be confident of getting it right. But what is […]