Medical choice

November 11, 1994

The Council of Deans of UK Medical Schools and Faculties stands by the recommendations, agreed with Universies and Colleges Admissions Service that only five choices for medicine and the use of three remaining choices for other subjects should be without prejudice to applicants who wish to read medicine.

Frank Harris Executive secretary Council of Deans of UK Medical Schools and Faculties.

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