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Facilites at St George's

More information about life at St George's

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Facilites at St George's

Psychiatry as a medical speciality

The accounts will certainly open minds, and help to change some misconceptions about this equally challenging and fascinating field of psychiatry.

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Psychiatry as a medical speciality

Do No Harm

Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery There are so many books we could recommend when it comes to medicine

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Do No Harm

Intensive Revision Courses Start July 31st

Intensive Revision Courses Start July 31st

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Intensive Revision Courses Start July 31st

Full Preparation Courses

Just a reminder our full preparation courses start on Saturday June 5th. Please contact us for more details.

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Full Preparation Courses

Student Blog - Part 6: First Term No Rest For The Wicked

We follow the experiences of one of our Gradmed alumni in their first year at medical school. "I don’t like sitting exams. Which may seem rather a strange thing to say when embarking on a career that requires constant assessment and (potentially) decades of exams."

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Student Blog - Part 6: First Term No Rest For The Wicked

Results are Out

I’m just sending this after opening my Gamsat results! I am over the moon with a score of 66 overall! I couldn’t have done it without you and the guys at Gradmed! I had sat the exam twice before and just couldn’t get over 56 so to come out with a score of 66 is really a testimony to you guys! Thank you so much.

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Results are Out

Near Miss

If you had a near miss on the March GAMSAT here are some thoughts for you going forward.

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Near Miss

Registration for the September GAMSAT is now open!

Registration for the September GAMSAT is now open!

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Registration for the September GAMSAT is now open!

Student Blog - Part 5: First term - Second Chances

We follow the experiences of one of our Gradmed alumni in their first year at medical school. "For me they come at just the right point; when I’m lost in the volume of science and wondering what it was about medicine that made me change my life to do it I get to go on a ward or community visit and it all starts to make sense again."

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Student Blog - Part 5: First term - Second Chances