Euthanasia is a hotly contested topic and is frequently discussed in the media. As part of your medical school interview, questions will likely be asked on ethical principles. Euthanasia is the termination of an ill person’s life, but in the UK laws mean that assisted suicide gives you 14 years imprisonment. In this blog post, we provide you with some of the information so you can begin forming your own views.
The University of Southampton is one of the UK’s leading medical schools and has an international reputation for its clinical research. With only 210 medical admissions, it is no surprise that places at Southampton Medical School are extremely competitive. Therefore, it is very important that you prepare for the Southampton medicine interview. But how do you actually prepare for it? What do you need to know?Continue reading
Norwich Medical School is based at the University of East Anglia. It has been running a five-year MBBS course since it opened in 2002. By 2019 intake, there will be 208 medical students per year. UEA prides itself on being a teacher of 21st-century medicine and if you have applied this year, then read on for more information about their interviews.Continue reading
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"Why do you want to be a doctor?" is undoubtedly one of the most common interview questions when applying for medicine. Answering this question well is a crucial component of a successful interview and a subsequent offer to a medical school, so if you need help figuring out and structuring your answer, continue reading below.Continue reading