What work experience do I need for my application?

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your application to medical school needs to show you are a hard worker who is compassionate and who is committed. Medical school is long time (5-6 years) so you need to show you are able to stick to things. Work experience doesn't have to be something amazing abroad it can be volunteering at a care home, your old primary school or even helping out at after school events. More medically related stuff such as volunteering at a GP, hospital or pharmacy can be harder to come by so don't worry you aren't expected to have loads of experience in that area! You can even include things you will do in the future n your application if you are organising something for after the application deadline. 

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