Ask any doctor and they will tell you that a career in Medicine is a demanding one. That can be said the same for the application process because it is one of the most competitive programs to gain admission to. Students are typically expected not only to achieve stellar results in their A-Levels, IBDP or equivalent, but they must also run the gauntlet of tricky aptitude tests, in-depth personal statements, and some nerve-wracking interviews. At the end of the day, Medical schools only want to take in the best candidates demonstrating academic excellence and personal qualities vital to be as a medical practitioner.
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