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#OxbridgeMedicine – #OxbridgeExperiences – Medical Student

We ask one of our Oxford Medics about their course: I’m currently doing the lecture course on cell physiology, which is really broad.  As an illustration, I’ve been doing tutorials on G protein coupled receptors, protein folding and secretion, second messenger signalling,
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#Oxbridge #Medicine – Applying to Cambridge

We ask one of our Cambridge tutors about their daily university routine and what made them a successful oxbridge applicant:   You could say my typical day is quite hectic, as it consists of 2-3 hours of lectures, 2 hours of practicals and 1 hour of supervisions. When I get home I
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#Medical & #Veterinary Science #Tripos #Cambridge: A typical day

We ask one of our students about their current day, studying for the Cambridge Medicine & Veterinary Sciences Tripos: A typical day for me perfectly sums up what is so unique about Cambridge. My day starts with a 9am lecture, where I am taught by world class, highly influential pr
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Why I chose #Medicine at #Oxford?

One of our tutors explains… Why did you choose to apply to medicine at Oxford? I chose medicine because human life is the most important thing we have.  There are very few careers where you are at the frontier of dealing with human health every day.  The amount you have to know
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#Medicine #CambridgeMedicalSchool – Studying Medicine at Cambridge #studentexperiences

Tell us about your degree – Medicine at Cambridge I am currently studying Medicine at the University of Cambridge because I would like to become a doctor. I am in the final year of my undergraduate degree. A typical day varies between your preclinical and clinical years at Cambr
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Biomedical Sciences – A Student’s tale #Oxford #BiomedicalSciences #Oxbridgeinterview

What did you study and tell us about your experience? During my time at Oxford as a Biomedical Sciences undergraduate, I was able to learn a wide breadth of scientific knowledge and skills, from cell biology to neuroscience, and from immunology to psychology. The environment fostered
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Which #Oxbridge College is for me?

This is possibly one of the areas that people give least thought to when making their Oxbridge application for medicine. Whilst most of your teaching including lectures, labs and demonstrations will take place centrally taught by the medical school and you will only have a few tutoria
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Oxbridge #Medicine – Choosing an #Oxbridge College

Hi all, We previously wrote a post on how to choose your college – http://oxbridgesciences.com/which-oxbridge-college-is-for-me/. Just wanted to make a slight addendum. The above post relates mostly to quality of life or ‘best fit’ principles. I appreciate however, that for many
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Oxbridge Medicine – Personal Statement #OxbridgeMedicine #A100Medicine #Personal Statement #UCAS

At this time of year, people start to think about their personal statements. We aim to have a series of our tutors write their take on this important piece of scripture. Here is our expert from last year: For Starters The time of year has come around where you need to be doing some se
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