Good news! Students no longer have to prepare for both UCAT & BMAT if they are applying to UK and Singapore medical schools. With the BMAT no longer accepted for the academic year 2024/25 onwards, UCAT is now potentially emerging as the primary admission test for UK medical schools and other medical schools – this is already the case for Singapore’s NTU LKCMedicine.
If you haven’t heard, LKCMedicine is a joint medical school between NTU and Imperial College London that builds on Imperial’s world-renowned medicine curriculum and NTU’s rapidly developing academic excellence to train the next generation of Singaporean doctors.
The UK and Singapore are highly sought-after destinations for prospective medical practitioners due to their prestigious medical programs, recognized globally. QS World University Rankings 2022: Medicine, lists some of the top UK medical schools, including the University of Oxford (#2), the University of Cambridge (#4), University College London (#7) and Imperial College London (#8).
While securing top grades is essential when it comes to admission, it is not enough. Prospective applicants need to have extensive volunteering, medical shadowing, leadership experiences, and be able to speak persuasively about their knowledge and desire to study medicine at the interview stage.
Our upcoming seminar, hosted by Prep Zone Academy’s admissions experts, will delve into the admissions process for undergraduate medical programs in the UK and Singapore. We will discuss requirements, timelines, and provide essential tips for successfully gaining admission to these prestigious programs.
Join us and take the first step towards your medical career!
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- UK & SG Medical School Introduction
- How Can You Stand Out: Entry Requirements & Profile Building
- Significance Of The Tests (UCAT, BMAT) To Your Application Profile
- Test Preparation (UCAT, BMAT) & Application Timeline
- Interview Preparation For UK & Singapore Medical Schools
- How To Write Your UCAS Personal Statement
- Q & A Session