The Kent and Medway Medical School in Canterbury, England provides the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (A100) course.
The Kent and Medway Medical School use UCAT for its A100 course.
UCAT is used alongside other entry criteria, with a selection threshold corresponding to within the 40th to 50th centile, and a Band 3 or higher in Situation Judgement.
The Kent and Medway Medical School uses personal statements.
Not used as a primary method for selecting applicants for interview, although may be used to differentiate applicants who are holding the same qualifications and have the same UCAT, During the multiple mini-interview process the personal statement may form the basis of a discussion at one of the stations. scores.
GCSE Requrements for Kent and Medway Medical School are:
- Maths - Grade 6 minimum
- English - Grade 6 minimum
- Science - Grade 6 minimum in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, or Double award science
- Other requiremants - 5 GCSEs at grade 6 minimum, including English Language, Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics (or Double Science and one other subject)
GCSEs are contexualised against your school’s previous attainment, and then shortlisted
A-levels or Scottish Higher requirements.
AAB at A Level including Chemistry and/or Biology, If both chemistry and biology are not offered there must be one other from Physics, Maths, Psychology or Computer Science. Critical Thinking and/or General Studies are not accepted.
34 points including Biology and/or Chemistry at Higher Level 6. If both are not offered at Higher Level, there should be a second science offered which must be one from Physics, Maths, or Psychology. A minimum score of 6 in both Higher level science subjects should be achieved.
Graduate Applicant Degree Requirements
2:1 or above in an accepted subject. See website for full list of accepted degree subjects.
Along with assessing your academic profile, relevant contextual data will be sought that may enhance your application. See website for details.