MMI: how not to screw it up

MMI: how not to screw it up

  The multiple mini interview is probably here to stay. If you’re applying to medical school this year or in […]

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Work Experience: A day in the life of a cardiologist

Work Experience: A day in the life of a cardiologist

In our series on work experience, we are trying to shadow various doctors in different areas of medicine to give […]

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The multiple mini interview guide for medical school interviews

The multiple mini interview guide for medical school interviews

The multiple mini interview (MMI) for medical school entry is here to stay…. Intially piloted for graduate entry medicine programmes […]

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6 tips to get the A-level predictions you need to apply for medicine

6 tips to get the A-level predictions you need to apply for medicine

“My tutor is refusing to predict me the grades I need to apply for medical school!” It’s almost always too […]

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Do AS grades matter? (Or how to get into medical school with bad AS grades)

Do AS grades matter? (Or how to get into medical school with bad AS grades)

With the recent grade slips landing into people’s hands, it’s been a busy time at www.doceatdoc.com. We’ve been giving specific […]

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Why procrastination is good for you (probably)

Why procrastination is good for you (probably)

“Procrastination is your enemy.” Or so you will have been told. “Meet all deadlines early and don’t leave things until […]

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