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How do I get relevant clinical experience for a medical school application?

You can get relevant clinical experience for Medicine in many areas, including hospitals (check your local teaching hospitals for shadowing schemes or volunteering), general practice (write to practices to ask for a morning or two of shadowing), nursing homes (volunteer at meal times or ask about shadowing a carer), and first aid organisations (such as St Johns Ambulance service).

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Degree: Medicine (Other) - University College London University

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Degree: Graduate Entry Medicine (Bachelors) - Warwick University

Subjects offered: -Medical School Preparation-, .UKCAT.+ 1 more

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“About me: I am a Graduate Entry Medicine student at Warwick University, about to enter my second year. I completed my undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at the University of the West of England, where I first got involved as a...”

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