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University of Liverpool School of Medicine

University of Oxford Medical Sciences Division

Our Score78%100%
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Course StructureIntegratedTraditional
Foundation Year Available
Graduate Entry Available
Interview StyleMMITraditional
EU Students£9,250 pa£9,250 pa
Non-EU Students£32,400 paPre clinical: £18,080 pa; Clinical: £31,935 pa

UKCAT (UCAT)

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How?At Liverpool, the UKCAT is assessed alongside academic criteria. It is expected that applicants who achieve Band 4 in the Situational Judgement Test of the UKCAT will not have their applications processed beyond the first stage. Of the remainder, only those applicants who meet or exceed their minimum academic criteria and who offer the most competitive overall UKCAT scores will have their applications proceed to the second stage. The UKCAT threshold is determined each year on a competitive basis. For Home/EU applicants a competitive score was considered to be 2500 or greater.n/a

BMAT

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How?n/aA numerical ranking is established based on GCSE performance & BMAT results. This forms an initial shortlist. Equal weighting is not ascribed to all sections. In 2016, weightings were: Section 1 = 40%, Section 2 = 40%, and Section 3 = 20%. In calculating the Section 3 score, double weight was ascribed to the ‘Quality of Content’ score and single weight given to the ‘Quality of English’ score (with A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, and X=0).

Entry Requirements

GCSE Subjects RequiredGCSEs in nine separate subject areas: attained by the end of Year 11 and at least a score of 15 points or better (where A*/A = 2; B = 1) from the nine and including: Core & Additional Science (or Biology, Chemistry, and Physics), English Language, and Mathematics (all at least grade B). New grading system A*= 9/8 A=7 B=6There are no specific GCSE requirements for Medicine, though higher grades can help to make your application more competitive. Successful applicants typically have a high proportion of A and A* grades (grade 7-9) However, in order to be adequately equipped for the BMAT, and if Biology, Physics or Mathematics have not been taken to A-Level (or equivalent), applicants will need to have received a basic education in those subjects (for example at least a grade C/4 at GCSE).
A-Level Subjects RequiredChemistry, Biology and a third academic A-Level.At least A grade in both Chemistry and at least one from Biology, Physics or Mathematics (Critical Thinking and General Studies are not considered). They have no preference for whether the third or fourth A-level subject (or further subject in equivalent qualifications) is a science or not.
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Scottish Highers Subjects Required--
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Scottish Advanced Highers Subjects RequiredBiology, ChemistryApplicants are required to offer Chemistry (compulsory) and one from Biology, Physics or Mathematics at Advanced Higher.
Scottish Advanced Highers Grades RequiredAAAA
IB Subjects RequiredHigher Level Biology & Chemistry, with one further HL subject, plus three Standard Level subjects.You must have taken Chemistry and at least one from Biology, Physics and Mathematics to Higher Level.
IB Grades Required36 points to include 3 subjects at Higher Level; at least 6 and 6 in Biology and Chemistry and at least 6 in one other subject, plus 3 further subjects at standard level, minimum of 5 points each.39, with scores of 7,6,6 in Higher Level subjects.

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The Guardian Scores

Course Satisfaction75.5%94.6%
Teaching Satisfaction76.5%95.5%
Feedback Satisfaction58.9%79.1%
Student Staff Ratio6.510.1
Expenditure Per Student / 10610
Average Entry Tariff180220
Value Added Score / 1053
Career After 6 Months100%96%
Continuation98.2%98.2%
The Guardian Score59.7%99.8%
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The Complete University Guide Scores

Average Entry Tariff181221
Student Satisfaction / 54.204.47
Research Quality / 53.093.45
Graduate Prospects100%99%
The Complete University Guide Score95.8%100.0%
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