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Medical School Admissions References

Your Medical School application must include a reference from someone in authority who can 'vouch' for your suitability to study medicine. This guide looks at how to obtain a good reference and what makes a great reference.

What are UCAS References when applying to Medicine?

A reference is a statement written by a school teacher, mentor or somebody else in authority connected with your education or work experience. It is designed to state your suitability for the position to which you are applying: in this case, medical school...

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How to Get a Strong UCAS Reference for Medicine

Know your referee so that they can write about your strengths and write something personal about you. This will make you stand out to an admissions tutor who will otherwise see hundreds of similar references during the application period...

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