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How to Become a Doctor Guide

How to Become a Doctor Guide

We have a lot of students at the very beginning of their career journeys asking themselves the question – do I really want to become a doctor?  So we have created a short guide for students to help them understand a little bit more about what it is like to be a doctor to get them started.  The main questions that we have answered so far include: 

How long does it take to become a doctor?

What do doctors do?

Is it hard to become a doctor?

How can I stand-out as an applicant?

Is it expensive to become a doctor?

How do I apply to medical school?

How can I get work and volunteering experience?

What is it like at medical school?

You can read the answers to these questions by accessing the guide at this link:

https://medicmentor.org/how-to-make-an-informed-decision-about-becoming-a-doctor-in-the-uk/

If there are any more questions that you think we should add to this list and answer, please post them in the comments section below.  Thank you for your contribution!

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An Interview with Manas

Medic mentor first came to our school and delivered an amazing presentation that got me very interested in finding out more about what they do. I then found out more information and decided to attend the national healthcare weekend which is now called the get into medicine conference. From then on, I decided to join some of the various programmes they offer and went on to present at the conference in front of 150 people a few months later. Since then I have done many things with medic mentor and I am now a scholar on their scholarship programme.

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Studying Medicine: How My Medical Journey Began

Is it too late? This was my initial thought when I found out about Medic Mentor in Year 11. It felt as though lots of students had been involved with Medic Mentor projects for a while and I was worried I may have missed out. However, over the course of a few weeks, I was attending weekly VMS meetings and before long became a committee member of the Medic Mentor Book Club. From the very first Get Into Medicine conference that I attended with my mum to beginning university as a Medic Mentor Scholar, my hand has been held by Medic Mentor throughout and it can do the same for you. 

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