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Introduction to New Oxbridge Resource

What comes to mind when you think of Oxbridge? A mystical land beyond your reach? Harry Potter? A place where only perfect card-board cutout students belong to? 

In this series of blog posts, we hope to debunk the myths associated with the application process and provide you with a realistic insight into Oxbridge Medicine. Our intention is to reassure you in these confusing times where you may feel concerned as to what will happen in the year ahead. We will do this by sharing our advice and personal experiences with you.

With this resource, we hope to guide you each step of the way from aspects such as your decision to apply to Oxbridge, their entry requirements, volunteering, work experience, interview preparation and beyond. Additionally, we will be directing you to a myriad of opportunities within Medic Mentor and outside, in order to strengthen your application to medical school and Oxbridge in particular.

The Oxbridge resource is dynamic, so if you have any specific questions about Oxbridge that you would like to know, post them in comments section and Koby and Laura will be sure to include them in future blog posts.

In the Video below, Koby Kalavannan and Laura Stirling have a discussion about what it was like applying to Oxbridge and their tips on becoming a successful Oxbridge applicant.

The Oxbridge resource is dynamic, so if you have any specific questions about Oxbridge that you would like to know, post them in comments section below (on this page) and Koby and Laura will be sure to include them in future blog posts.

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