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Reapply to same medical schools two years in a wrow

If I am rejected from a medical school will they even consider my application if I reapply the following year?
Answered by Alison Patterson
If you can explain a second application - better prepared, better than expected results, graduate entry etc it may be well-received. If any of these factors are relevant in your case then I see no reason why you shouldn't apply to the same medical school two years in a row.

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