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University of Nottingham School of Medicine

Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Our Score81%94%
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Course StructureIntegratedPBL
Foundation Year Available
Graduate Entry Available
Interview StyleMMITraditional
EU Students£9,250 pa£9,250 pa
Non-EU Students£21,120 pa£35,000 pa

UKCAT (UCAT)

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How?At Nottingham, there is no UKCAT threshold. Individual UKCAT results are scored as follows (the weighting for each of the four components is equal). The maximum that can be achieved for 2016 when the cognitive and non-cognitive is added together is 30 points. The scoring system is as follows for the three cognitive components (Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning): 801 - 900 = 9 points; 701 - 800 = 8 points; 601 - 700 = 7 points; 501 - 600 = 6 points; 401 - 500 = 5 points; 301 - 400 = 4 points. The fifth component, SJT is scored as follows: Band 1 = 3 points; Band 2 = 2 points; Band 3 = 1 point; Band 4 = applicant is not considered further. For example, if you scored VR 680 (7 points), QR 500 (5 points), AR 710 (8 points) and got SJT Band 2, you would receive 22 points out of 30. The top 50% of applicants will go forward to the next stage, which involves scoring personal statements.Those who meet their minimum academic criteria will be ranked according to 50:50 weighting (UKCAT 50% and academic ability 50%). UKCAT scores sorted into deciles; candidates must score more than average UKCAT score to be considered (this was around 2330 in 2016). An interview will not be offered if the total UKCAT score is below the third decile. However, there is no guarantee of interview if you score above the third decile.

BMAT

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Entry Requirements

GCSE Subjects RequiredAt least six GCSEs at grade A (grade 7) including Chemistry, Physics and Biology or Double Science. (Applied Science is not accepted); GCSE Grade B (grade 6) in English language and Maths. If taken double science a score of AA (7:7) is required.All eligible applicants must have the following subjects at GCSE level, at grades AAABBB (777666 for GSCEs taken from 2015) or above (in any order) to include Biology (or Human Biology), Chemistry, English Language, and Mathematics (or Additional Mathematics or Statistics). The Science Double Award may substitute all sciences at GCSE.
A-Level Subjects RequiredChemistry and Biology are required at A level, and you must have achieved a pass in practical assessments. The third subject can be in any area except for General Studies and Critical Thinking.Chemistry or Biology, and another Science or Maths (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, or Maths) plus any other subject (General studies/critical thinking/ further Maths if Mathematics is included in A- Levels is not acceptable).
A-Level Grades RequiredAAA.3 A-Levels at A*AA. Chemistry or Biology Another Science or Maths (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, or Maths) Any A level except Critical Thinking or General Studies, or Further Maths if Maths is taken too
Scottish Highers Subjects RequiredAAABBScottish Highers are not accepted alone. You must offer Advanced Highers. Candidates must offer: three Scottish Highers at grades AAA, including Biology and Chemistry.
Scottish Higher Grades Required-AAA
Scottish Advanced Highers Subjects RequiredAA in biology and chemistryCandidates must offer grades at AA in Advanced Highers in two of the subjects offered at Scottish Highers, including Chemistry and/or Biology.
Scottish Advanced Highers Grades RequiredAAAA
IB Subjects RequiredBiology and Chemistry must be taken to Higher Level.Higher Level: Chemistry/Biology + one other science/mathematical. Standard Level: Chemistry/Biology if not offered at higher level. If English is not offered as part of the diploma, it must be offered at GCSE, grade B or above or acceptable equivalent.
IB Grades Required36 with 6,6,6 at Higher Level.The minimum requirement is for 38 points in total with a minimum of 6 points in the Higher Level science subjects and 6 points in the third Higher Level subject. Overall, 666 in Higher Level subjects

Open Days

28 June 2019: University of Nottingham - Undergraduate open day
29 June 2019: University of Nottingham - Undergraduate open day
13 September 2019: University of Nottingham - Undergraduate open day
14 September 2019: University of Nottingham - Undergraduate open day

The Guardian Scores

Course Satisfaction71.7%92%
Teaching Satisfaction87.5%93.4%
Feedback Satisfaction44.2%76.2%
Student Staff Ratio7.39
Expenditure Per Student / 1035
Average Entry Tariff202215
Value Added Score / 1073
Career After 6 Months100%99%
Continuation96.9%97.0%
The Guardian Score64.3%89.2%
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The Complete University Guide Scores

Average Entry Tariff203214
Student Satisfaction / 53.614.30
Research Quality / 53.133.28
Graduate Prospects100%100%
The Complete University Guide Score96.7%98.7%
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