A Medical Update...
Our Sixth Form students receive offers to Medical School and celebrate over lunch with Deputy Head, Mr N O’Connor.
We are delighted to inform you that, since our last medics bulletin, our applications to Medical School stand at;
• Caitlin McNee Smith has received offers from both Cardiff and Southampton. Caitlin has also had an interview at Newcastle which we have just heard that she has been offered a place for Medicine. In addition she has also received an insurance offer to study on a Biomedical Sciences degree at Bristol.
• Pippa Peters-Cheale has received an offer from University College London for Medical Sciences with Engineering. We are very pleased that they have lowered their standard offer to AAB for Pippa. Full credit to Pippa for this! She has also had interviews at King’s College London and Nottingham and has so far received an offer from KCL and is waiting to hear from Nottingham. Pippa, like Caitlin has been offered an insurance place at Bristol to study Biomedical Sciences.
• Mathew Clark-Wheeler is in the very fortunate position of having an unconditional offer from Bristol and is waiting to hear the outcome of his interview at Southampton.
• Kelly de Stadler is also in the very same fortunate position to have received an unconditional offer from Imperial College, London.
We wait to hear further interview updates and wish them well with their studies in the lead up to the summer examinations.
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