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Medical Students

Volume 888: debated on Wednesday 12 March 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science what are the minimum requirements in O and A levels, and their equivalent in Scotland and Northern Ireland, which students from the United Kingdom need before they can be accepted as medical students in the United Kingdom.

Admissions are a matter for the institution concerned, but applicants must satisfy both the general entry requirements of the university and the special requirements of the medical faculty or school. These vary, but full details are given in "A Compendium of University Entrance Requirements for First Degree Courses in the United Kingdom 1975–76 ", a copy of which is in the Library.