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Entry Requirement

Discussion in 'Warwick Medical School' started by Soda_Dreamer, Jun 27, 2008.

  1. Soda_Dreamer

    Soda_Dreamer New Member

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    Hi guys.
    I was on the website, and looking through the prospectus, but i couldn't find the Entry requirement grades, and GCSE grades and what they look for. If someone could please tell me, or give me the link i'd really appreciate it :)
     
  2. Spooky

    Spooky New Member

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    "To apply for the MB ChB course at Warwick Medical School you should have, or expect to gain, at least an upper second class honours (2:1) degree (or overseas equivalent) in biological, natural, physical or health sciences. We do not consider A level and GCSE examination results" (from the Warwick medschool website Getting a place)

    Hope that helps
     
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  3. piratesandpearls

    piratesandpearls New Member

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    thats different ...
    but good i suppose


    oooh rite its graduates only
     
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  4. lil izzy

    lil izzy New Member

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    yep, they only look at your first degree, even if you have a masters or whatever, and you need at least a 2:1
     
  5. Spooky

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    you can get in with a 2:2 but you will also need to have a phd
     
  6. olimorgan

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    Warwick seem to place a bigger emphasis on work experience as well, but most graduate schemes seem to want more than undergraduate schemes.
     

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