Updated: Jul 11, 2020
Want to know the difference between the applications of those who receive 4 offers for medical school and those who don't receive any? Tactical applying is the answer.
Tactical applying is applying where you think you are most likely to get in. In this blog post, we will talk you through how to assess your strengths and weaknesses and apply to medical schools accordingly
Step By Step
There are a number of steps to your medical school applications. Other blog posts cover work experience and volunteering, as well as personal statements. The act of preparing for your application is different.
Assess the strength of different parts of your application: Your personal statement, your work experience, your skills at interview and your UCAT score and/or BMAT score
1. Assessing your personal statement