Okay let’s just kick this off by saying that I am just as unmotivated as everyone else – even though I have pretty much nothing better to do, I’m finding it really hard to focus and get some work done. Unfortunately, exams are still going on so that means that, like most of you guys, I still have a bunch of studying I need to get done!
A few days ago I asked for questions on my story and rather than spam you all with 20 different story posts, I thought I’d compile all my answers into one big post here!
Nobody has asked for this blog post but I honestly just thought I’d write about it anyway ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Hopefully at least some of you will find it helpful!
As university open days start to roll around, I thought I’d take the time to *try* and answer one of the big questions that students usually have when thinking about medicine. Obviously I’m no expert, but hopefully, I’ll be able to give you a few things to think about and help you on your way to making your decision!
School is about to start again which means that many new Year 13 students are about to start the stressful process of applying to university. If the world of personal statements and firm choices sounds terrifying to you, don’t worry because this post should help you start at least!
I got quite a few questions when I did an impromptu Q&A on Instagram so I thought I’d type up the rest of my answers instead of spamming people on my story!
If you’ve taken your A Level exams this year, then you’re probably thinking about results day which is just a few weeks away. Like most students, I’m starting to freak out a little bit about what’s going to happen so I thought I’d share some of the ways that I’m distracting/preparing myself to get my results!
It’s July which means that it’s the time of year when Year 12 students start to think about attending university open days and choosing universities to apply to! This may be daunting at first, especially if you don’t know which course you’re looking to study or the grades you think you’ll be able to achieve. I’ve put together this guide as a starting point for anyone who feels utterly confused about the whole process of UCAS and applying to university in general!
After my last post, I received a few questions about the application process in the UK so I decided to put together a Q&A for anything that you were still curious about!
It’s time to settle in because this is going to be a long post! Lots of people have requested that I share my tips for applying to medicine in the UK and so I decided I’d put together this post to serve as a sort of guide. I am going to be focusing on the UK as that’s the only system that I know, but I’m sure some of this information is useful for those of you that are applying to other countries too!