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How to do well in the UKCAT- Dos and Don'ts

Doing well in the UKCAT is often the biggest factor in a medical school's decision to give you...
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Recommendations for application to medical school

Medicine is a popular degree choice for many in the UK, making competition for places...

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  • Naomi Watson Clapham North, SW4

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    I am in my 6th year studying Medicine at St Hugh's College, Oxford. Throughout my postgraduate years I have mentored prospective medicine students, and thus have a great deal of experience in the preparation required for medical school applications.
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    An experienced Private Tutor, retired Senior Lecturer, Wolverhampton University Formerly at Cambridge and Edinburgh Universities
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    I am an Oxford University educated Chemistry and Biology teacher of twenty years' standing, currently living in Ludlow, Shropshire, UK.
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    My name is Pete and I'm a 45 year old private Maths tutor. I can teach to any level and try to make Maths a more enjoyable subject for all students.
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    I have been teaching secondary for 25 years, tutoring for 22. I am a progressive dyslexia teacher, I encourage the pupil to gain better marks by setting a challenge to their ability, then taking them through it so that they become more confident.
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    I explain how topics, often taught as ' lists of formulae' are connected which helps memorisation., I help those with maths fear or SpLD's. very successfully to find a way to grasp my subject.. Enjoyment of maths is my goal and I succeed.
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  • How to do well in the UKCAT- Dos and Don'ts

    Jessica Whitehead UKCAT Tutor (East Central London) Picture Doing well in the UKCAT is often the biggest factor in a medical school's decision to give you an offer or an interview, therefore it's important to take it seriously. However, there is no step-by-step formula that will guarantee success. Success is a mixture of luck, natural aptitude and hard...
  • Recommendations for application to medical school

    UKCAT Tutor (North London) Picture Medicine is a popular degree choice for many in the UK, making competition for places tough. However, there are many interests, hobbies, experiences and reflections that can make your application stand out. I have given such advice to many students over the years, who have subsequently gained...