Resources for Medical Students
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For Medical Students, we have a comprehensive set of free medicine notes, pathology cases, webinars and tips and advice from medical students. Have a look below!
Free Medicine Notes
Being a medical student can be overwhelming, you’re bombarded by information from so many sources that it’s difficult to know what to do first. Many students become burnt out, or start cutting corners and making mistakes.
Try our In2Med online portal contains all our medicine notes in one place. Its completely free, so click on the modules below to start find out more and start learning!
AFP Online Crash Course
This is an in depth course that goes through in detail every aspect of the application process for the academic foundation programme, including the application form, white space questions, academic and clinical interview.
Learn a tried and tested method that was helped get get offers from both London and Oxford.
Test yourself with these pathology cases. Practice thinking of key differentials, interpreting investigations and applying your knowledge to answer these clinical cases.
Learning medicine can get really laborious and boring. So why do it alone? With our online live webinars, get the chance to learn from the very best in their field right in front of your screen.
These are interactive sessions, full of key medical theory, quizzes and much more to make even the hardest topics interesting.
Tips and Advice
Written by medical students for medical students. Grab a coffee and explore our blog to discover the bigger picture of life at medical school, and how the team have navigated those difficult questions.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED IN RESEARCH
How to get involved in Research This article goes through the different types of research and how you can get involved…Read More
HOW TO WRITE A CV
How to Write a CV This article goes through a simple 3 step process in drafting your very own CV from scratch. We hope that you find it useful…Read More
MEDICAL ETHICS AND LAW
This article goes through key ethical principles and medical laws to help you answer those challenging interview questionsRead More
Why use these resources
Track your learning
Monitor your progress and set deadlines
Notes written in a system-based approach
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Heavily recommended by our test of 200 students
Study online, anywhere, anytime
Study on your laptop, tablet, phone anywhere
Each module has the same consistent structure
Written by Cambridge Graduates
Written by successful graduates who scored a 1st
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