Medical School and Beyond
By The University of Leeds
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Medical students at The University Of Leeds share their experiences of intercalating and electives as well as providing useful advice for filling in your UCAS personal statement, getting the most out of your work experience and preparing for your interview. They also share their reasons for wanting to build a career in medicine. A recent medical graduate also discusses her thoughts on her first year of working in a hospital.
||CleanGetting Into Medicine-Reflections of a New Doctor||A doctor undertaking the Foundation Year programme describes the experiences of her first year on the job.||28/2/2007||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanThe Elective||A medical student talks about the elective period of their degree and what you can gain from it.||15/11/2006||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanHow to Survive The Medical School Interview||Medical students share their experiences of their medical school interviews. They tell you what to expect and how to prepare.||4/11/2006||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanHow To Put Together A Personal Statement||Medical students discuss the types of things to write in your personal statement and how to give yourself the best chance of being offered an interview.||4/11/2006||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanIntercalating||Medical students talk about intercalating: Why they decided to do a BSc or BA, the types of subjects that are available and what they gained from the experience.||4/11/2006||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanWhy I Wanted To Be A Doctor||On your personal statement and in interviews you may be asked "Why do you want to be a doctor?" Here medical students talk about their reasons for wanting to persue a career in the medical field. Do their reasons match with your motivation||4/11/2006||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanGetting The Most Out Of Your Work Expereince||Medical students discuss the types of things they were able to take from their work experiences to use in their application to university.||4/11/2006||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|