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    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodile Dundee View Post
    Either way, you will find that King's will automatically consider unsuccessful applicants (to their four-year courses) for the five-year course and so there is no need to waste an application choice/entry here. And Oxford does not allow one to apply for both the five- and the four-year courses. You are encouraged, in the first instance, to apply for the four-year course if you are qualified.
    King's will only consider you for the five year course if you apply to the four year course and are short-listed for interview. They do not automatically consider you otherwise. This is why I had to list King's four and five year courses on my application. If you get through to the interview at four year, they will then consider you for the five year if they do not take you on to the four year programme.

    UCL require the BMAT for graduates. Instead of studying for six years, they waive the intercalation so it is five years.

    I thought I would clarify those points.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodile Dundee View Post
    OK - you have to check the websites. I know St George's London does not require any specific degree but requires the GAMSAT, which I understand is a difficult and gruelling examination, lasting the better part of a day. Same goes for King's and Southampton, I think.
    King's requires the UKCAT and not the GAMSAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartmedicine View Post
    King's requires the UKCAT and not the GAMSAT.
    What I meant here is that, like St George's, King's and Soton don't probably require a specific degree. I am sorry if that wasn't the meaning put across

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    I probably misread what you wrote. I apologise.

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