Medical school admission blogs

Medical students are some of the most resourceful students at university. Here are some resources some of our medical admission mentors have put together. They are based on view and opinions before applying to medical school and also how these may have changed while studying.
You can reach out to them for personal advice and as so many of them are experienced tutors, they can help you get the grades you need too!
Please note that these blogs are from small number of our medical school application mentors. Once you have joined the TAG community, you will have access to mentors from medical schools around the world. They will be able to mentor and guide you and share their personal experiences (that they might not have added onto a blog) to help you optimise your application to medical school.
You may have already applied and need assistance with interviews or MMI's and even choose which medical school to accept once you have received multiple offers!


Interview Questions for International Students

A breakdown of common interview questions posed to International Students

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Medicine is Personal to each Applicant

Personal issues can be a setback in the process of applying to medical school. Thi ...

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Studying medicine in Imperial College London

My experiences studying medicine in Imperial

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Widening Participation in Medicine

A blog about the ever increasing inclusion of widening participation students into ...

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Is Medicine the Right Course For You?

A short blog which explores if medicine is the right choice for you, as a student.

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Everyone's Journey is Different

What you might not know about the path into Medicine

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Medical School’s Work-Life Balance

My opinion on the idea of work-life balance in medical school.

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Prequel to Getting into Medical School

A short summary of how I felt before I applied to med school and some vague tips

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