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30 August 2022

It isn’t unusual to hear people discuss burnout, especially when you study an intensive course such as medicine. You are usually in 5 days a week, and when you aren’t on placements or in lectures, you are making your way through a mountain of content in the hopes of passing your exams. Read more…

16 May 2022

One of the first questions I am asked is: what books do I need to buy before starting Medicine? My response will always be, unless you have required summer reading, leave out the book buying until you’re actually studying the course. Read more…

24 March 2022

When applying to Medicine, one of the most important things for me was to study in a place that not only had great facilities but also a place I could walk around and feel comfortable in. Fast forward to an open day at ARU and I got to tour around the brand-new Medical School, the library… Read more…

8 October 2021

Moving into halls can feel like a very grown-up decision when you’re 18. Once the reality sets in, you realise what unfamiliar territory you're treading and inevitably learn lots of life lessons along the way... Read more…

3 December 2020

If you apply to study Medicine at ARU, you may be invited to attend Multiple Mini Interviews, or MMIs. Here are my top tips for putting your best foot forward (virtually) at your medical school interview and securing your place. Read more…

12 June 2020

Everyone has a different style of learning and it’s so important to work out which resources help you most early on in your degree. In this blog I wanted to share resources that have helped me so far in my Medicine degree. Read more…

30 October 2019

One of the main benefits of being in the first cohort of medical students at ARU is the brand-new Medical School that houses all the facilities we could possibly want to become successful, well rounded doctors. It's where I spend most of my time and every day… Read more…

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