The UCAS process starts in the Spring/Summer term of Year 12 and whilst it may appear gruelling, if you have everything in place it should not be so.
We aim to support our students during this process with a range of activities that run throughout the year. Specifically we provide support with:
- Personal statement workshops – to identify skills that you have acquired and how to reflect on work experience
- Aptitude test preparation – this is provided for both UKCAT and BMAT
- Interview practice – from individual, panel to multiple mini interviews (MMIs), a detailed programme is set out to cater for different students’ needs.
- Alumni support – support and advice from our past students with the application process
- Guest speakers – universities and existing practitioners speaking about their field, and providing advice on applying
- Medical ethical debates – to prepare for the interview stages which will often require a balanced but informed approach to medical scenarios