Our international bestseller:
The Unofficial Guide to Getting into Medical School
The Unofficial Guide to Getting into Medical School Packed with inside tips and tricks from hundreds of medical students throughout the UK, this book represents a completely different approach to demystifying the medical school application process.
With over 300 medical students from all 32 UK medical schools sharing the do's and don'ts, this 350 pages book will completely change your perception of what you're expected to know when applying to medical school.
Unique features include:
Inside top tricks and tips regarding every single aspect of the application process
Find out what admission tutors are looking for when making their selection
Top 120 most commonly encountered medical school interview questions
Strategies and techniques to master your medical school interview
UCAT and BMAT 20h strategy to help you ace the entrance exams
Personal statement step-by-step support using previous successful examples
All the extra-curricular background reading required to prepare for your interview
Graduate medicine applications and dedicated section for international students
Chair of the College of Medicine, Visiting Professor UCL
Professor Michael Dixon LVO OBE FRCGP
"Endurance lies behind the success of every great doctor and this book will help you to reach that starting point of the best career ever.”
Dean, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Dr. Kate Lovett
"Painstakingly researched using personal testimonies from current medical students this highly readable book succeeds in demystifying the application process."
Prof. Emeritus of Clinical Anatomy, University of Warwick
Prof. Peter Abrahams MBBS FRCS(ED) FRCR DO(Hon) FHEA.
“This book comes from experience of the nightmare that many young students face trying to become doctors. I wish there had been such a useful and easy accessible guide when I decided medicine was for me! I can see it will be an invaluable tool to hold the hand of any prospective medical student and guide them along the first path towards becoming a medical practitioner."