There are 3 critical components to your application: your UCAS application, your BMAT score, and your interview. In all, admissions tutors are looking for one thing - that you have the intellectual prowess to complete the course. Therefore, all of these elements need to demonstrate that. Below I've outlined the ways this can be done.

Firstly, your UCAS application needs to show strong academic ab... more

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What would an ideal application look like for a person applying to Oxbridge

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Straight A* (or equivalent) in GCSE, and A*A*A predicted I’d say minimum for A-Level. You’d need to have an amazing personal statement, and also a lot of work experience, 2 weeks in hospital and 6 months in a care setting. But all in all, they focus on your academics, your grades, and any extra-curriculars which tie in for your passion in medicine.

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