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Which Medical Schools Should I apply to?

Getting into medical school is strategic. Most medical schools look for certain skills/ attributes in an applicant that they feel suit their course e.g. strong academic background or excellent communicator. Therefore, when deciding where to apply first ask yourself if you fit the description of what they are looking for. In addition, it is important to consider whether you are more comfortable with the UKCAT or BMAT, when it comes to achieveing competitive scores. 

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