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Becoming A Doctor: Is Medicine Really The Career for You? – Tom Nolan and Matt Green

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First Edition, 2009. A clean and unmarked copy. No inscriptions. Card covers. 138 pages. Bookseller Inventory # TSB3426

Title: Becoming A Doctor: Is Medicine Really The …

Publisher: Apply2 Ltd

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: As New

Edition: 1st Edition

ISBN 10: 0955674662 / ISBN 13: 9780955674662


Deciding on whether or not to pursue a career in medicine is a decision that should not be taken lightly. Becoming a doctor can be highly rewarding but is not without its drawbacks. It is therefore important that you gain a clear insight into the world of medicine to ensure that it is the right path for you to follow. This book has been written with the above in mind to provide a clear picture of what becoming a doctor really involves. In this comprehensive book Matt Green and Tom Nolan explore: – What it really means to be a good doctor – The steps that should be taken to confirm whether a career in medicine is really the one for you – How to successfully apply to medical school including the various entrance exams (UKCAT, BMAT, GAMSAT), the UCAS personal statement and subsequent medical school interview – Life as a student at medical school and how to excel – The various career paths open to you as a doctor with invaluable insights provided by practising doctors. This engaging, easy to use and comprehensive book is essential reading for anyone serious about becoming a doctor and determining whether it really is the right career for you!

About the Author:

Matt Green BSc, MPhil has been mentoring students to successfully apply to medical school for the last ten years and has extensive experience in guiding graduates through the process of successfully applying to graduate entry programmes.  One of Matt’s passions is empowering those later in life to follow their dream of pursuing a career in medicine. This was a key motivator in producing this book, now in it’s second edition, to help guide those through the somewhat daunting steps of entering medicine via the graduate route.